Live Air Date: Tuesday, June 20, 2017
How evidence is handled and processed directly impacts personnel safety and analysis results. It is important that crime labs process every piece of evidence with consistent, quality methods while protecting personnel from hazards associated with the processing.
As an attendee, you will learn more about:
- New evidence processing equipment that provides consistent, quality results with little hassle
- Potential hazards and how to protect yourself and your coworkers
- Workflow layout in the lab. Learn the newest thoughts on improving work process and facility layout including recent case studies
- Question and answer session is included to answer your specific questions
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Kelly Williams, is the Labconco Forensic Product Manager. She has over 15 years of experience developing laboratory equipment and providing application support.
Kenneth C. Mohr, Jr., a principal of Crime Lab Design, specializes in forensic facility planning and design. He has worked on more than 100 assignments for forensic agencies across the country and internationally. Ken has comprehensive understanding of the specialized considerations of these unique facilities and is a member of several national committees helping to set guidelines for lab design. He is also a frequent speaker at forensic science conferences, and is an Editorial Advisory Board member and contributing author for ‘Forensic Magazine’ and other leading industry publications.
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