This special symposium/webinar will be held on October 25, 2022, 8:00 am – 3:30 pm, organized by the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science at the University of New Haven. The Symposium is supported by DOJ Grant # 15BJA-22-GG-00202-BRND.
Today, Investigations have challenged the Police and Forensic Community to leverage the ability to analyze evidence with more detail than ever. At the same time, “Hate Crimes” present a special set of investigative requirements. With the advancement in technology, criminal activities have accelerated at a rapid pace with the classification of crimes have changed to be inclusive of acts that go beyond harassment and vandalism. “Hate Crimes” not only results in negative actions but have an effect on our entire society attacking at the moral and constitutional structures of our lives. Many major cases that have taken place throughout this country have remained unsolved. Dr. Henry C. Lee and the staff of the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and our Community Leaders will discuss “Hate Crimes” and how they can be investigated in an effort to provide a better understanding of
what took place and how new forensic techniques could lead to the eventual suspect. However, the good news is proper investigative techniques and the forensic analysis of physical evidence is ever expanding as new technologies come on board. Following Locard’s exchange principle, in the case of “Hate Crimes”, trails also, there is always an exchange of all types of physical evidence.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Everyone. This webinar will be particularly interesting to those trying to better understand what took place and how new scientific techniques and information my lead investigators to and eventual suspect.
WHERE YOU CAN ATTEND: Symposium will be held as a webinar (Zoom) where anyone can participate in all time zones. Links will be provided prior to the seminar through the Eventbrite registration platform.
WEBINAR GOALS: This webinar is designed to immerse you in investigative, community actions, crime scene process and forensic evidence analysis. It consists of Keynote presentations and Panel discussions with Community leaders, senior Investigators, and scientist from the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science. Specific topics will be the investigative techniques, crime scene, evidence collected, Trace Transfer Evidence, DNA Analysis, and possible future considerations for emerging technologies.
Upon return of program evaluation, Certificates of attendance will be provided to registered attendees.
Questions may be directed to the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science, (203) 932-7460.