Thursday, May 3, 2012

Prof. Wolfe presents at Wildlife Field Forensics Symposium in Montana in May

Prof. Jim Wolfe, Justice Center adjunct faculty, will be presenting at the 2012 Wildlife Field Forensics Symposium in Montana in May. He will be discussing field necropsy techniques (autopsies of animals) and demonstrating how to photograph and cast shoe and tire impression evidence.

 Prof. Wolfe is a former forensic scientist with the Alaska Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory, and is currently a forensic consultant and trainer.

The symposium is sponsored by the North American Wildlife Enforcement Officers Association (NAWEOA). NAWEOA is an 8,000 member organization of Wildlife and Fisheries enforcement officers from across North America. The association began at a meeting of 16 Wildlife Officers from the U.S. and Canada in Great Falls, Montana in 1980.