This course is designed to teach participants about the processes of human decomposition, estimation of the postmortem interval, forensic entomology, and the effect of scavengers and weather on bone. Participants will examine human remains in an outdoor context and be able to discuss the taphonomic processes that have occurred.
Participants of this workshop must have a background in forensic field or scene recovery methods, human osteology, or have previously taken the FACTS Forensic Anthropology Field Recovery Course.
Upcoming dates for this course are:
June 13-15, 2016; Tuition: $400 (includes lunch)
TCOLE (Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Education) credit available to Texas participants.
ABMDI credit available.
You may pay the tuition or deposit by credit card by clicking on the PAY BY CREDIT CARD link below and following the instructions. If paying by credit card, please contact Sophia Mavroudas at 512-245-1900 or FACTS@txstate.edu and provide your name, address, agency, phone number and email.