June 10-14, 2013 • FS440/640 • Detection and Recovery of Human Remains
In the pursuit of justice, evidence is everything. Join Dr. M. Lee Goff, former Chair of the Forensic Sciences program at Chaminade University, and a team of field experts as you learn and practice methods for recognizing and interpreting bioenvironmental evidence at a crime scene. This course covers techniques used in detection and recovery of scattered skeletal materials, postmortem changes during decomposition, collecting and preservation of bioenvironmental evidence, detection and excavation of clandestine graves, and more.
Who should attend this workshop?
Law Enforcement Personnel, Attorneys, Healthcare Workers, Forensic Science Students
Faculty: M. Lee Goff, Ph.D.
Tuition: $860 (2 credits)
Housing: $300 (six nights on-campus, shared dorm suite)