About the 2011 Summit

This meeting convenes non forensic criminal justice practitioners, with an emphasis on members of law enforcement and officers of the court, for the purpose of educating this audience on forensic science issues that may impact their agencies and the cases they’re managing.

Session TitlePresenter(s)Downloads
Opening Remarks & Review of the Day Charles Heurich
Cornelia Sorensen Sigworth
 
Case Presentations with Novel Applications
Cornelia Sorensen Sigworth, Moderator
Highlighting extremely interesting cases that demonstrate how novel approaches to criminal investigations and forensic evidence examination can solve crime.
Timothy Keel
James Markey
 
New Investigative Technology
Michael Thomas, Moderator
Addressing recent changes in investigative technologies.
Pete Marone
Stephen Pearson
Rob D’Ovidio
Marone Presentation
 
Working Lunch: Think Outside the Box Lunch
Charles Heurich, Moderator
Target’s Support of Local Law Enforcement: The Importance of Public/Private Partnerships
Rick Lautenbach Lautenbach Presentation
Field Technologies
Kevin Lothridge, Moderator
Highlighting technologies and innovative applications that enhance the capacities and capabilities to identify and collect forensic evidence.
Dave McAlpin
Jay Henry
Dave Wurtz
 
 
Field Technologies Continued
Kevin Lothridge, Moderator
Christopher Miles
Don Green
 
Green Presentation
Wrap-Up & Questions Charles Heurich  

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Session TitlePresenter(s)Downloads
Review of the Day Cornelia Sorensen Sigworth  
Cracking Cold Cases and Missing Persons Cases
Billy Young, Moderator
Featuring model programs for Cold Case Squads in addition to the evolution of successful missing person casework.
Billy Young
Steve Redding
Robert Lowery
Young Presentation
 
Lowery Presentation
Quality Assurance in the Crime Laboratory
David Epstein, Moderator
Highlighting new technologies and demonstrating the value and potential impact of quality assurance protocols.
Irma Rios
John M. Collins
Kevin Lothridge
Rios Presentation
Collins Presentation
Working Lunch: Think Outside the Box Lunch
Charles Heurich, Moderator
Using Volunteer and Advocacy Resources In Your Community
Debra Cain Cain Presentation
Policy Trends in Forensic Science
Ron Reinstein, Moderator
Addressing legislative and policy trends in the United States and their impact on law enforcement and the crime laboratory.
Robert Moran
Stephanie Stoiloff
Mitchell R. Morrissey
Moran Presentation
Case Presentations with Novel Applications
Cornelia Sorensen Sigworth, Moderator
Highlighting extremely interesting cases that demonstrate how novel approaches to criminal investigations and forensic evidence examination can solve crime.
Robert Lanciault  
Wrap-Up & Questions Charles Heurich  

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Session TitlePresenter(s)Downloads
Triangle of Cooperation: The Denver Model
Greggory Laberge, Moderator
Highlighting jurisdictions that have effectively bridged the gaps among law enforcement, the crime laboratory, the prosecutor’s office, and other involved agencies.
Greggory Laberge
Steven R. Siegel
James Markey
Laberge Presentation
Demonstration & Evaluation Projects
Kristina Rose, Moderator
Focusing on information and data related to current forensic demonstration and evaluation projects. These presentations will give the attendees the opportunity to interact with the project teams to see if the tools or projects have value to their agencies.
Kristina Rose
Aaron Gorrell
Paul Speaker
Rose Presentation
 
Speaker Presentation
Closing Remarks Kristina Rose