The 10th annual WHIA Conference is an excellent place to hear in-depth presentations on cases that required a significant level of investigation. “Who dunnits” These include: –Cases that involved the use of new or updated techniques or technology. –Cases that had a contentious trial –Cases that have unique or unusual aspects and much more!
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The Wilmington University Master of Science in Administration of Justice program sponsors and hosts regional seminars for criminal justice professionals. The purpose of the seminar program is to bring regionally and nationally recognized experts on criminal justice topics to the New Castle campus as a source of training and education for the criminal justice professionals in the region. This year will include a two hour lecture on Forensic Genetic Genealogy - How It Has Revolutionized Cold Casework.
The Mascot was the international bestselling biography of Alex Kurzem, in which he claimed he was a Jewish orphan who witnessed the murder of his family six months before he was rescued in the forest around Minsk in 1942. Dr. Barry Resnick and Dr. Colleen Fitzpatrick will discuss their 13 years effort to establish the truth against the historical background of the Holocaust.