Pick of the Day: Chair in Police Studies Lecture

The official title of this lecture is the Dr. Gordon Wicijowski Law Foundation of Saskatchewan Chair in Police Studies Lecture. The guest-speaker is Simon Fraser University criminologist Gail Anderson. And the topic of her lecture, which comes with a PG 16 advisory, is Murder and Maggots: The Use of Insect Evidence in Criminal Investigations.

The lecture goes tonight at the University of Regina (Rm 193, Education Building) at 7 p.m. To help you gird your loins, so to speak, here’s a time lapse video of the process which Anderson will be extolling the forensic virtues of. Enjoy!

Author: Gregory Beatty

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