Crime Scene and Homicide Seminar for Law Enforcement to be held in Atlantic City October 17-21

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Worldwide Law Enforcement and the Long Island University Homeland Security Institute announce their 5-day Crime Scene and Homicide Investigation Seminar to be held October 17th through the 21st, 2005 at the Clarion Hotel and Convention Center, Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Worldwide Law Enforcement and the Long Island University Homeland Security Institute announce their 5-day Crime Scene and Homicide Investigation Seminar to be held October 17th through the 21st, 2005 at the Clarion Hotel and Convention Center, Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Keynote presentation by one of the men who led the Crime Scene and Recovery efforts related to the September 11th World Trade Center attack.

Also featuring a case study of the infamous "Zodiac Serial Killer" by the supervisor credited with the apprehension of The Zodiac Killer.

Our instructors include:

Chief Anthony Marra, Esq.--NYPD Retired, Assistant Chief of Detectives

Sergeant Joseph Blozis, Crime Scene Squad Supervisor; SCSA; Crime Scene Investigations, Documentation and Reconstruction; DNA Evidence

Detective Edward Wallace, NYPD Retired-- Crime Scene Technician, Expert in Blood Splatter, latent Fingerprint Collection, Courtroom testimony and Crime Scene Reconstruction

Detective James Gannalo, NYPD Retired-- Ballistics Expert, Firearms Identification, Microscopy, Forensic Anthropology, Courtroom Testimony

Randy Moshos, PA-C-- Former Director of Investigations for the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Washington, D.C.; Former Medicolegal Forensic Investigator NYC Office of the Chief Medical Examiner; Principal, Forensic University

Kimberly Bastible, MS, PA-C-- Former Medicolegal Forensic Investigator, NYC Office of the Chief Medical Examiner; Principal, Forensic University

And other speakers to be announced

This course will explore crime scene and homicide investigations from the initial report of the crime through the active crime scene investigation and on through the subsequent in-depth scientific analysis of evidence. The instructors who will be presenting this course are some of the most highly qualified professionals in their respective fields.

The seminar attendees will obtain a wealth of information which they will be able to utilize during the course of their duties in law enforcement.

Registration fee of $1,025.00 ($975.00 if registered and paid by September 1, 2005) includes:

Continental Breakfast and Full Lunch each day

Attendees will be eligible for Continuing    

Education Units from Long Island University's

Homeland Security Institute

One paid admission to a special Comedy Show at

the Borgata Hotel and Casino Comedy Club

(additional tickets are available at a reduced

price)

All course materials

Worldwide embroidered logo bag

Refreshments each day during seminar

An informative and useful reference disc for

each attendee

*Hotel accomodations are not included in price, discounted rooms have been arranged at $70.00 per night. (Suites are also available at the same price) Make reservations by calling the Clarion Hotel and Convention Center Reservations Line directly at 1-800-782-9237.

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