Every year the Trace Evidence Symposium brings professionals from throughout the criminal justice community together to share the latest information regarding this crucial forensic discipline. But this year, the Symposium had an even broader reach via the Internet.
More than 1,500 professionals tuned in via the Web from as far away as Japan, Ghana and Australia to view plenary sessions, breakout sessions, even a virtual poster session. Feedback from attendees at the conference was overwhelmingly positive, with many attendees expressing that this was the best trace symposium yet.
Missed it? View it online!
Video from fifteen different presentations from the four-day conference is now available at: http://projects.nfstc.org/trace/2011/agenda.htm
In addition, there are numerous pdf presentations available for download.
The symposium, Science, Significance, and Impact, was co-sponsored by the Office of Justice Programs’ National Institute of Justice (NIJ) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Laboratory Division.