fingerprint glowing with code superimposedThe fourth annual Trends in Forensic Sciences conference will look into the science behind crime, April 7 on the UWindsor campus.

Students to get hands-on with forensics at Friday conference

The science behind ballistics and blood spatter are among the topics of interest at the fourth annual Trends in Forensic Sciences Conference scheduled for Friday.

The conference will give students and visitors a chance to hear from such forensics experts as Francisco J. Diaz, assistant medical examiner for Wayne County, and Vincent Power, deputy chief of operations for Windsor Police Services.

Participants will also take part in a mock crime scene investigation and workshops in such areas as trace evidence, forensic photography, and latent fingerprint analysis.

For a full schedule of the day’s activities, visit the conference website:

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