Introduction to Forensic Services at the Georgia Crime Lab - November 29, 2017

Start Time/Date: 1:30 PM Wednesday, November 29, 2017
End Time/Date: 4:30 PM Wednesday, November 29, 2017
ADDRESS: GBI - Crime Lab
3121 Panthersville Road
CITY: Decatur, GA 30034

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Introduction to Forensic Services at the Georgia Crime Lab
Wednesday, November 29, 2017
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
3121 Panthersville Road
Decatur, Georgia 30034

overview
One of the components of the Transition Into Prosecution program is for the beginning prosecutor to be familiar with the role and function of the Division of Forensic Sciences (DOFS) of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and other forensic laboratories that are used by the office. (Model Mentoring Plan Requirement # D.11) As part of this requirement, beginning lawyers are to visit a regional crime laboratory or the main lab in Decatur. The DOFS is conducting an orientation seminar for beginning lawyers who are registered with PAC as participating in the Transition Into Prosecution Program. 

 

dates & location
The orientation seminar is scheduled for Wednesday, November 29, 2017.  Please meet at the GBI Crime Lab no later than 1:15 pm.    
 
eligibility 
Prosecutors who are currently registered with PACGA as participating in the Transition Into Prosecution Program (TILLP) will receive priority for attending this course. 

Prior to attending, each participant must watch the video tours on the Crime Lab's website (http://dofs.gbi.georgia.gov/videos ) so that you will be generally familiar with the lab. You should also make note of any questions. Interaction is a key component of these sessions.

This course offers up to 3.0 General CLE hours and 3.0 Trial hours.