Death Scene Investigation Course

Stephen Nawrocki (nawrocki@GANDLF.UINDY.EDU)
Fri, 19 Aug 1994 11:08:05 -0400

The Rensselaer Police Department and the Jasper County Sheriff's Department are
sponsoring a two day course in "Death Scene Investigation: A Forensic Entomology
and Anthropology Field Training Workshop," to take place at the Jasper County
Fair Grounds in Renssalaer, Indiana, September 14 & 15, 1994. This workshop is
specifically designed for death scene investigators, crime scene technicians,
coroners, and medical examiners. Graphic slide presentations and case studies
will supplement a team teaching format with lectures and hands on field
training, including insect collection and the excavation of buried remains.

The workshop will begin at 8:00 am on Wednesday, September 14 and will end at
5:00 pm on September 15. It has been certified by the Indiana Law Enforcement
Training Board for 14 Continuing Education Credits. A fee of approximately $250
includes all materials and an evening hog roast on Wednesday.


Neal H. Haskell, PhD, BCE (forensic entomology)
Matthew A. Williamson, MA, Purdue University (forensic anthropology)
Christopher W. Schmidt, MA, Purdue University (archeology)
Stephen P. Nawrocki, PhD, University of Indianapolis (taphonomy and archeology)

Please contact Chief Todd Sammons of the Rensselaer Police Department
(219-866-7602) or Capt. Bob Hicks of the Jasper County Sheriff's Department
(219-866-7334) for further information on registration and local lodging.

Stephen P. Nawrocki, Ph.D.
Department of Biology INTERNET:
University of Indianapolis PHONE: (317) 788-3486
1400 E. Hanna Ave. FAX: (317) 788-3569
Indianapolis, IN 46227-3697