December 1-3, 2014
Location: HCSO Training Facility
USF-HCSO is co-hosting a 3-day workshop (24 hour training) for detectives, crime scene personnel, death investigators, prosecutors and defense attorneys, as well as other forensic specialists who work in the area of violent crime investigations.
This course will focus on the following themes: long-term unsolved cold cases; clandestine grave search and recovery; child victims from abduction to homicide; and sexual homicide. The Dozier Reform School investigation will be discussed in-depth, as a case study for field methods used for grave search and recovery.
The International Crime Scene Investigators Association will he holding a training conference in Little Rock, AR. May 13-15, 2014. This is truly an international conference with presenters and attendees from across the US, Caribbean and the UK to name a few.
There is still space available, so don’t miss out on this great opportunity.
You can find out more on the conference website: http://www.icsia.org/conference
“Lies & Lie Detection; Navigating your way to the Truth within Interviews and Interrogations”
This will be a 5 day/4 night cruise from New York City to St. John in Canada during which there will be 12 training sessions from professionals within the field covering topics such as; Detecting Deception and the Psychology of Deceit, Human Memory and Truthful Recall of Information; Investigative Interviewing Foundation and Key Principles Obtaining Information through Cognitive Interviewing/MCI; Language and Lying within Statements & Interviews; Statement Analysis Workshops; Micro Expressions & Emotions within Interviews; Body Language and Detecting Deception; Forced-Choice Testing; Persuasive Interviewing – Ethical Tactics and Strategies; False Confessions – Causes and Prevention; Directing and Supervising the Interview Process.
Tentative dates: August 28th through September 1st, 2014.
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