Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Prof. Wolfe presents on photographing and casting snow impression evidence at International Association of Identification

Prof. Wolfe at his presentation.
Prof. Jim Wolfe, adjunct faculty in the Justice Center, presented on "Photographing and Casting Snow Impression Evidence" at the 99th International Association of Identification (IAI) Educational Conference in Minneapolis in August 2014.

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

He teaches JUST 255 Criminal Investigation and JUST 310 Introduction to Forensic Science at the Justice Center.

The IAI website notes that the organization "has grown into the most prestigious professional association of its kind in the world, with more than 6,700 members from the United States and many other countries. The advancement of forensic disciplines through education continues to be one of the top priorities of the Association."