FGL Homicide Seminar

2017 Frances Glessner-Lee Seminar in Homicide Investigation

HAPS has announced the 2017 Frances Glessner-Lee Seminary.  Originating in 1945, this seminar has been held annually and hosted by HAPS.

The Frances Glessner-Lee Homicide Investigation Seminar will be held at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, 900 West Baltimore Street in Baltimore, Maryland, May 1-5, 2017.  This seminar, which originated in 1945 will include presentations from leading experts in the field of death investigation, including several outstanding forensic pathologists. Some of the latest techniques in homicide investigation, including DNA fingerprinting, trace evidence analysis and psychological profiling of suspects.  The cost of this seminar is $750.00, which includes a two-year membership in Harvard Associates in Police Science and a banquet honoring Frances Glessner-Lee, Tuesday evening. Interested individuals should complete the registration form and attend!

PAYMENT IS DUE BEFORE MAY 5, 2017.
CANCELLATION AFTER APRIL 7, 2017 WILL RESULT
IN A $100.00 ADMINISTRATIVE FEE

Topics Include:

  • The Team Approach to the Homicide Victim at the Scene (Errors in Homicide Investigation)
  • Factors Used in Estimating the Time of Death: Post Mortem Changes
  • Collection and Use of Trace Evidence
  • Blood Stain Interpretation
  • Identification by the Use of Anthropological Information
  • Identification by and Use of Blood Typing and DNA Testing
  • Cause and Manner of Death
  • Identification by Use of Odontology
  • Examination of Gunshot Wounds
  • Examination of Shotgun Wounds
  • Blunt Injuries/Drug Related Deaths
  • Cutting and Stabbing Wounds
  • Forensic Autopsy
  • Death Due to Hanging and Strangulation
  • Taser & Restraints
  • Investigation of Sudden and Unexpected Deaths in Infancy, Including Child Abuse
  • Identification of Related Deaths (The Serial Killer)
  • Use of Toxicological Information in the Final Diagnosis
    Testifying in Court

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