CSI Symposium

CSI & Technology

The seventh annual CSI Symposium at Norwich University will be held on Tuesday, April 22 (5-7 pm) and Wednesday, April 23 (9 am – 4 pm), 2014.

All events will be in Dole Auditorium. The public is invited.

  • Presenters’ biographies

    Tuesday, April 22

    5 – 5:20 pm Robert B. Appleton ’92 (New York State Police)
    CSI Overview
    5:30 – 7 pm Gerard “Biff” Brady (Cumberland County Sheriff’s Dept., Maine)
    Joseph Loughlin (Portland Police, Maine – ret.)
    Technology Used in the Amy St. Laurent Homicide Case

    Wednesday, April 23

    9 – 9:50 am Scott Mills (Toronto Police)
    Social Media for Success and Safety
    10 – 10:50 am Gary Margolis (Margolis Healy/Campus Sentinel)
    Using Social Media for Assessing School Violence
    11 – 11:50 am Daniel S. Bates (New York State Police)
    Advanced Crash Reconstruction Innovation
    12 – 12:50 pm Lunch break
    1 – 1:50 pm Mike D’Agostino (DataDot Technology Ltd.)
    Using Technology for Crime Prevention
    2 – 2:50 pm Peter J. Kozel (New York State Police)
    Mobile Device Investigations
    3 – 3:50 pm Charles “Chuck” F. Nettleship IV ’85, M’03 (Triquetra Technologies Inc)
    Knowledge Management and Information Sharing:
    Progress in US Interagency and International Collaboration

    For more information, please contact the event coordinators:

    The event is sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts and the COLA Board of Fellows.

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