Today June 26, 2017, True Forensic Science trained the Huixquilucan Police Department in “Ciencias Forenses y su Importancia en el Sistema de Justicia Penal Acusatorio.” The police-officers group, composed for about 30 people, was led by the Chief of the Police Lic. Luis Alarcon Martinez.
True Forensic Science and COESFO (Colegio de Especialistas Forenses) have signed today June 24th, 2017 an Agreement, which will benefits not only this organization, but all COESFO’s members. among other things, this agreement will provide all COESFO’s members discounts in several online courses, as well as, access to special training offered by True Forensic […]
For a long time, bitemarks have been recognized as fundamental evidence and occasionally the only proof, to convict many suspects of having committed a crime. In recent years, several courts of Justice of the United States have been analyzing and reviewing cases where bitemarks where the only evidence in which the conviction of the accused […]
17 Abril – 28 Mayo, 2017 Valor: $300 (dólares Americanos) Descripción del Training Este training online tiene como principal objetivo el entregar conocimientos relacionados con el manejo de la escena del crimen y su importancia para el sistema judicial. Este training es 100% online y consta de seis semanas en total. Los alumnos acceden a […]
Workshop: The Human Skeleton in Forensic Anthropology and Medicine at John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) University of Hawaii
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