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Justice Delayed: Solving Crimes with Forensic Science
March 2 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Register online or call 724.941.9430 #1.
Meet author Steve Hallock and Forensic Science expert Raymond Hsieh in a discussion of solving a local 34 year old Cold Case – Justice Delayed: The Catherine Janet Walsh Story. Several members of California University of Pennsylvania Forensic Science Club will be available before and after the program. The club’s panel display begins at 6 p.m. and will continue to be displayed after program. A book signing will follow the program.
Due to the nature of this topic, this program will contain images that some viewers may find disturbing.
Dr. Steve Hallock, author of the book Justice Delayed: The Catherine Janet Walsh Story, will speak about his book and the effects of murder on a small close-knit community of friends, relatives and neighbors in Monaca, PA. Dr. Hallock is director of the graduate studies program for the School of Communication at Point Park University and has a Ph.D. in Journalism from Ohio University.
Dr. Raymond Hsieh will speak about the role of Forensic Science in solving the Catherine Janet Walsh case. Dr. Hsieh will discuss what makes up trace evidence and biological evidence. Dr. Hsieh is a Professor in Criminal Justice and Forensic Science at California University of Pennsylvania and Director of Justice Studies. He is certified as a Computer Forensic Examiner and holds numerous professional forensic certifications. Dr. Hsieh has a Ph.D. in Communication Technology from The State University of New York at Buffalo.
Angela Novak, President, California University of Pennsylvania Forensic Science Club, will facilitate the student participation for this event. Student research topics/trifold displays include Autopsy, Forensic Anthropology, DNA, Digital Forensics, Evidence and Mock Crime Scene.