20th Annual Arnold Markle Symposium
October 10-11, 2011
University of New Haven
Investigation of Sex Crime:
Forensic Investigation of Sexual Assault, Serial Offenders and Sexual Abuse
The 20th Annual Arnold Markle Symposium promises to be a valuable experience for UNH alumni and friends who work in the field of crime scene investigation.
Attorneys, law enforcement professionals, educators, victim/witness coordinators and health care professionals who work with victims of sexual assault and other crimes are encouraged to register for this two-day symposium.
- The Justice System and Sentencing
Judge Haskell Pitluck (Ret.)
Superior Court Judge, Illinois
- Sex Crime Investigation and Forensic Science
Dr. Henry C. Lee
Professor, University of New Haven and Founder, Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science
- Forensic Pathology and Medical Evidence
Dr. Michael M. Baden
Forensic Pathologist and Co-Director of the New York State Police Medico-Legal Investigation Unit
- Fugitive Investigation of Sex Offenders
Denny W. King
U.S. Marshal, Middle District of Tennessee
- Forensic Psychology and Behavioral Profiling
- The Victims of Sexual Assault
Jane Doe No More.org
- How the Sexual Predator Uses the Internet to Lure Child Victims
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
- Prosecuting Sex Crimes and the Use of DNA Evidence
State's Attorney, Connecticut
Deputy Assistant State's Attorney, Connecticut
Price includes materials, breaks and a reception with guest speakers on Monday, October 10.
- $150 per person
- $100 "Friends of Markle" -- available for those who have attended five or more Arnold Markle Symposiums
- $75 Students with a valid college ID
- Five attendees from the same agency attend for the price of four
For more information on the Markle Symposium other courses available at the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science, please contact the Lee Institute at (203) 932-7460 or henryleeinstitute.com/contact.
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