Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Prof. Wolfe presents at National Institute of Justice & FBI Impression and Pattern Evidence Symposium

Prof. Jim Wolfe, adjunct faculty, presents at the Impression and Pattern Evidence Symposium to be held August 6–9, 2012, in Clearwater Beach, Florida. His presentation is titled "Optimizing Photographic Techniques for Documenting Snow Impression Evidence."

The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Office of Justice Programs and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Laboratory Division are co-sponsoring this event.

The symposium brings together practitioners and researchers to enhance information-sharing and promote collaboration among the impression and pattern evidence, law enforcement, and legal communities. The symposium also provides unique educational opportunities for impression and pattern evidence examiners.

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