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    • 02/28/2019
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • 700 S. Stratford Drive, Meridian, Building 1 (main bldg).
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    This field trip to the Idaho State Police Crime Lab in Meridian is a tour that will cover the follow analyses: DNA, controlled substances, blood and breath (for DWI), and fingerprint and other impressions (tire markings, footprints, etc.)

    This section of the ISP lab does not handle ballistics (firearms) evidence or toolmark analysis, which are handled by the Coeur D’Alene lab.

    Note the start time of the tour: 3 PM. The Crime Lab can only accommodate the group during normal business hours. The tour will last approximately one hour, followed by a Q&A session. Visitor parking is in the center of the lot, but is somewhat limited, so carpooling is encouraged.

    The tour is limited to 20 persons and offered to IWG members in good standing who have enrolled in the Mystery Writers Academy. If space permits, other IWG members may join the tour (click here or go through the registration process to be put on this waitlist). Persons who are not IWG members may apply to be on the waitlist but will be considered only after all interested IWG members are served. Not sure if you're a member of the Mystery Writers Academy? Click here to inquire.

    • 03/28/2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Bingham Room (third floor), Main Library, 715 S. Capitol Blvd., Boise
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    Glen Groben is a board-certified Forensic Pathologist, in practice for 22 years (19 in Boise). He graduated from the University of Colorado School of Medicine and did a five-year residency in general pathology before a fellowship year in forensics. He first received a degree in forestry in the 1970's before spending three years in West Africa as a Peace Corps volunteer and then attending med school.

    Dr. Groben's presentation will cover:
    • Introduction to forensic pathology and early changes of death
    • Gunshot wounds
    • Blunt force trauma and sharp force injury
    • Interesting cases 

     

    The session will be held in the Bingham Room of the Main Library--there will be plenty of space and all interested persons are invited to attend. Your RSVP is requested so sufficient chairs and tables are set up for the event.

Thanks to the sponsors of the Idaho Writers Guild

 Rediscovered BookshopMill Park Publishing

   
   

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