Monday, February 19, 2007

50 Ways to Catch a Killer

Another fabulous opportunity from Sisters in Crime!

Those of you who love forensic science books and shows, and writers who want to learn more about forensic science and police procedure have a terrific opportunity to hear from experts, thanks to Sisters in Crime.

The St. Louis Chapter is organizing the first Sisters in Crime Forensic University of St. Louis, "50 Ways to Catch a Killer," which will be held November 1-4, 2007.

The event will provide many hours of presentations on forensic science and police procedure, cover both the basics and give you choices for programs on a wide range of specialized topics -- and it will be a lot fun, too! You'll also get a useful handbook that will provide additional information and resources. We've already got some fantastic speakers lined up, including one of the best medical examiners in the country and a top-notch forensic anthropologist.

The event is at the St. Louis Airport Hilton; the size of the conference is limited to 200. Register quickly as the spaces are limited. Check the website for more details.

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