The Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science at the University of New Haven is sponsoring the 2017 Death and Homicide Investigation course from April 17 to 21, 2017. The course will be held in room 103 at the Henry C. Lee Institute (Gehring Hall), 8:30am – 4:00pm daily.
This course is designed for law enforcement officers and those who work on scenes that include deaths and/or homicides. The course is most useful for students who wish to develop a stronger understanding on new methods that are used to investigate and document death cases and build a CV.
The course will include instruction from experienced former detectives from the NYPD as well as experienced personnel from the forensic science laboratory and the medical examiner’s office. The course will include segments on patrol officers responsibilitities, managing critical incidents, detectives responsibilities, crime scene investigation, and new technologies available for death investigations.
POSTC credit will be sought for CT. policeofficers in attendance.
Please call the Director of Training (203) 479-4597 with any questions or accomodations needs.REGISTER FOR THIS COURSE