Contact us to join you at your next training or conference! We offer 1-3 hour presentations on interesting cases, lessons learned, or guidance in our fields of expertise! See some of the seminars we have ready to go below!
Homicide detectives are frequently not aware of the information a forensic anthropologist can ascertain from human skeletal remains. This seminar informs investigators how to initially respond to scenes, how to properly recover human remains, what human skeletal remains can tell us during an analysis, and how the information in a forensic anthropology report can be used to compare to potential missing persons.
Hear about the mission for forensic anthropologists to search for and recovery boys who died at the Dozier School for Boys in Marianna, Florida. This seminar is mysterious and encapsulating as you learn about the history of the school and the team that helped families find closure.
The United States goes above and beyond to bring home US Service Members who die in past wars. This seminar showcases the dedicated efforts to searching for and recovering these men left on the island of Tarawa almost 80 years after the battle ended.
Forensic Anthropologists work with a wide variety of cases involving human skeletal remains, but these remains vary in the way they were deposited after death. This seminar presents unique case studies of a forensic anthropologist and the hunt to find answers for each victim.