Personal Identification in Crime: How Do They Do That? [S-24-30]
|SLCHA: Silas Wright House: County Gallery
|2 Sessions 1.5 hours
|Wed 10:00 AM 03/20, 03/27
Many crimes are never solved. How can we identify the victims and persons responsible for the crime? What sciences can we use? Join the discussion about these forensic sciences and how they are used. See and handle actual specimens! Can a single bone determine your height?
Dr. Gilbert possesses a Ph.D. in criminal justice, a master's degree in forensic science, and fellowship in forensic medicine. He is retired from the United States Army and federal law enforcement and is also a retired Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.