Tonight at 5:35PM EST, on Crime Talk, WRCN 103.9FM, I will have University of Florida Board Certified Forensic Entomologist, Dr. Jason Byrd. We will be discussing the role that insects play in aiding investigators with the Post Mortem Interval (PMI), also known as the Estimated Time of Death (ETD).
Tonight at 5:35PM EST, on Crime Talk, I will speak with Rebecca Looney, the Senior Director of Exhibits and Programs for the future National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington D.C. set to open in 2018. The Museum will be built directly across the street from the Law Enforcement Memorial.
Tonight on Crime Talk, 5:35PM EST, I will speak with Nurse Practitioner Michelle Tepper, a certified Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner, or SANE for short. We will discuss the critical role that forensic nurses play in sexual assault investigations. Every sexual assault has three (3) crime scenes:
Tonight on Crime Talk at 5:35 PM EST on WRCN 103.9 FM Suffolk County N.Y., I welcome Michelle Feldman of the Innocence Project. Michelle and I will discuss the two largest contributors for wrongful convictions in the United States: Eyewitness misidentification and false confessions and what is being done about it.
Social media is not only changing our personal lives, but how law enforcement does outreach, community policing and more importantly, how they investigate crimes.
Tonight, at 5:35PM EST, Lauri Stevens will join me for Crime Talk on WRCN 139. FM, Suffolk County, NY. Lauri is the founder of LAwS Communications and her career spans decades as an interactive media professional, with a unique niche: law enforcement. Since 2005, Lauri has been improving communications for law enforcement agencies in the United States as well as Canada and the UK.
Tonight at 5:35PM EST on WRCN 103.9 FM will be Barry A. J. Fisher, the former Forensic Chief of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Crime Lab, former President of American Academy of Forensic Sciences, and author of Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation, now in it’s 8th Edition. Dr. Fisher is also the co-author of Forensics Demystified and an Introduction to Criminalistics: The Foundation of Forensic Science.
On Saturday, April 9, 2016, J. Todd Matthews, the Director of Case Management for the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) was on Crime Talk, WRCN 103.9 FM. Todd spoke to the host of Crime Talk, Joe Giacalone and discussed NamUs as an investigative tool, how families can use it and what is the future of NamUs 2.0.
Each and every week on Crime Talk, I will bring you conversations with the experts from the field of forensic science and criminal investigation. Tonight’s show is no different. The Live Broadcast starts at 5:35PM EST, on Crime Talk Radio, WRCN 103.9 FM Suffolk County, NY. The conversation tonight is with Dr. Richard Saferstein. We will be discussing the future of forensic science, being an expert witness and how we can improve criminal investigations.
There are so many fascinating facts in the long, influential career of Dr. Saferstein.
The former head of the New Jersey State Police Forensic Crime Laboratory
Has served as an expert witness over 2,000 times
The author of five (5) textbooks on Forensic Science including:
Criminalistics: An Introduction to Forensic Science is the standard forensic science text in the field now in its 12th Edition
Since when did police officers lose their citizenship and rights under the First Ten Amendments to the U.S. Constitution? I thought that everyone in the United States had the benefit of “Innocent until proven guilty” and Due Process? Every time I hear the words, “Police Involved Shooting” these days, I hold my breath and wait for the other shoe to drop. Like many, I turn to the Internet to find the latest information. What do a find? Social media police academy graduates explaining to the world what the police should have or shouldn’t have done. These posts often point out what should be done about the “Cops Gone Wild.”
Police departments looking to increase their current homicide clearance rates by closing old cases is a challenge. With shrinking budgets and staff, many departments find themselves shelving old cases in order to keep up with the daily workload. Get a fresh set of eyes and a full evaluation of your cases from the cold case experts and let us discover what cases are primed for further investigation.