The 29th Annual Colonel Henry F. Williams Homicide Seminar
Hosted by the New York State Police - September 18 - 23, 2016
Attendees are selected by their agencies and represent that portion of the international and national law enforcement community having the investigation of homicides as their primary responsibility and focus.
This 5-day seminar covers such critical areas of investigation as forensic pathology, odontology, anthropology, psychology and behavior analysis, crime scene reconstruction, social media, domestic violence, and advances in forensic technology.
Some of the Key cases that will be discussed are:
- BTK case (Wichita, Kansas)
- Sandy Hook - Lessons Learned
- Medgar Evers case - presented by Dr. Michael Baden
It is anticipated that registration will open the first week of June.