DeSales Fall Forensic Forum to Feature National Expert on Crime Scene Reconstruction, Tues., Sept. 11
Timothy M. Palmbach, expert on crime scene reconstruction and a technical adviser for Court TV's hit series, "Trace Evidence," will be the guest speaker at the DeSales Fall Forensic Forum on Tuesday, September 11. The program will be held at 7:00 p.m. in the Commonwealth Room of the DeSales University Center and is open to the public free of charge. The event is co-sponsored by DeSales University's Criminal Justice and Psychology Departments.
Palmbach also serves as director of forensic science at the University of New Haven in Connecticut and is a Fellow of the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science. He has worked closely with Dr. Lee, in preparation of crime scene reconstruction reports for high profile cases. Earlier in his career, he was a major in the Connecticut State Police, where he was the commanding officer and director of the division of scientific services, and processed over 300 crime scenes involving murder, serial murder, kidnapping, and robbery.
The DeSales Forensic Forum has been an ongoing community educational resource since 2001. Prominent scientists established the forum to provide students with exposure to diverse areas of forensics and offers presentations. It has featured speakers of international renown, such as forensic artist Frank Bender, former FBI profiler Gregg McCary, law professor James E. Starrs, and forensic anthropologist, Dr. Tom Crist.
For more information on the DeSales Forensic Forum, contact the DeSales University Department of Social Sciences at 610-282-1100, ext. 1466.
Press Release: DeSales Fall Forensic Forum to Feature National Expert on Crime Scene Reconstruction, Tues., Sept. 11 | Posted on: 9/10/2007
For more info:
Tom McNamara, Executive Director of Communications
DeSales University | 2255 Station Avenue | Center Valley, PA 18034
610.282.1100 x1219 | Tom.McNamara@desales.edu