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Investigating Unsolved Cases

Crime Scene Reconstruction and Interpretation

The Criminal Justice Institute will be hosting a four-day course, Crime Scene Reconstruction and Interpretation, on April 23-26. This training is designed to demonstrate the methodology and techniques used in the reconstruction and interpretation of crime scenes. 

Starting with actual cases, participants will examine photographs and physical and testimonial evidence. They will analyze this information to develop a theory, supported by the case facts. This course includes demonstrations and hands-on practicals designed to challenge the participant.

Each participant should bring an unsolved case to be presented to and analyzed by the group. The case file-preferably a crimes against persons case-should include all statements, reports, photographs, and sketches.

(The prerequisite for this course requires prior knowledge and experience in crime scene processing.)

For more information, contact Annette Tracy at 501-570-8061.