January 17, 2003

Rod Englert

Rod Englert
Crime Scenes: How We Can Tell What Isn't So

Underwritten by: Daniel & Gertrude Vos

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Recent technological advances have made crime scene investigation an area of extreme delicacy and complicated interpretation. A 38-year veteran of law enforcement, Rod Englert has consulted in more than 275 homicides in the U.S. and is a qualified court expert in homicide in 20 states. During this lecture, Englert, whose expertise is in crime scene reconstruction and blood spatter interpretation, will demonstrate a comprehensive compilation of skills, techniques and technology which have been applied in actual cases he has been involved with. Examples of staged and manipulated murder scenes will be discussed. As these cases are considered, the audience will participate in the crime solving by using their own deductive reasoning and observation skills.