Burning Corpses: Evaluating the Role of Arson in Crime Scene Investigations with a Postmortem Lens- SOLD OUT - Copy


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Burning Corpses: Evaluating the Role of Arson in Crime Scene Investigations with a Postmortem Lens is a 1 hour session that investigates the motive associated to burning bodies postmortem in crime scene investigations.


  • Date: 08-29-2019 07:00 PM
  • Location: Online Webinar (Map)
  • More Info: Hutton Forensics uses digital ticketing, once you have purchased your ticket, you can expect to receive an email from huttonforensics@gmail.com with instructions to access the session that you have purchased.

Description

Burning Corpses: Evaluating the Role of Arson in Crime Scene Investigations with a Postmortem Lens is a 1 hour session that investigates the motive associated to burning bodies postmortem in crime scene investigations. This session includes introducing specific cases where burning the body at a crime scene after a homicide has occurred have been investigated; in addition, a fire science investigator and forensic expert will be on our panel answering specific questions associated to the investigation of forensic science evidence that is most often detected and discovered after the body has been burned. 

Burning Corpses: Evaluating the Role of Arson in Crime Scene Investigations with a Postmortem Lens is a 1 hour specialized training session; a certificate will be emailed to each attendee to illustrate completion of the webinar. Remember, certificates are helpful to add to Continuing Education Units, Credentials, Education, Resume, Portfolio, or Curriculum Vitae. This course is for elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels of criminal justice.