Presenter: Hanni Fakhoury and Rachel Levinson-Waldman. Offered by NACDL on Aug. 6, 2020.
Presenters: Reta Newman and Michael Gilbert. Offered by National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology, and the Law. Recording and powerpoints are available.
A searchable database, created by the Electronic Frontier Foundation in partnership with the Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno, on the surveillance technologies in use in jurisdictions across the country. The site also contains a glossary with a brief descriptions of each surveillance method listed in the database.
Offered by Promega on July 15, 2020.
State of Michigan Governor’s Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect and DHHS (2015). Forensic Interviewing Protocol (4th ed.)
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Lyon, Thomas D. (in press). Investigative interviewing of the child. In D.N.Duquette & A.M. Haralambie (Eds.) Child Welfare Law and Practice (2d Ed.).Denver, CO: Bradford.
Lamb, M., Orbach, Y., Hershkowitz , Esplin,P ., Horowitz, I. (2007 ). A structured interview protocol improves the quality and informativeness of investigative interviews with children: A review of research using the NICHD investigative interview protocol. Child Abuse and Neglect. 31, 1201 1231.
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American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children. (2012). Practice guidelines: Forensic interviewing in cases of suspected child abuse. APSAC.
Presenter: John Helminski. Offered by IDS, on June 25, 2020. Materials are available.
Join Stetson University College of Law for Emerging Issues in Laboratory Analysis for the Differentiation between Marijuana and Hemp, a scientific and legal analysis regarding the differentiation between marijuana and hemp. Ms. Reta Newman, Director for the Pinellas County Forensic Laboratory, and Mr. Michael Gilbert, Assistant Director for the Pinellas County Forensic Laboratory, will give …
Presenter: Dr. Max Noureddine, Offered by IDS during 3 weeks in July 2020. Materials are available.
Effective Aug. 15, 2020 In the firearm/toolmark pattern match Uniform Language for Testimony and Reports (ULTR), the new guidance for Department of Justice firearm examiners includes: [A]n examiner shall not: assert that a ‘source identification’ or a ‘source exclusion’ conclusion is based on the ‘uniqueness’ of an item of evidence. use the terms ‘individualize’ or …