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May 2, 2002

ULM Institue Of Law Enforcement Presents Investigation Seminar

The Institute of Law Enforcement at the University of Louisiana at Monroe will conduct a seminar on "Basic Scientific Crime Scene Investigation" May 6-8 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The course will present valuable information to law enforcement officers interested in conducting a qualified, scientific crime scene investigation. The seminar is divided into three parts: crime scene investigation which includes identification of evidence upon the body, identifying, development and preservation of evidence; latent fingerprints which covers the detection, recovery and matching of fingerprints; and preparation for courtroom presentations which covers evidence recording and labeling.

Cost of the seminar is $200 and will be held at the North Delta Regional Training Academy in West Monroe. For more information and to register call Don Yielding, director of the ULM Institute of Law Enforcement, at 342-1440 or e-mail

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