The great singer-songwriter, Paul Simon wrote, "the more things change, the more they stay the same." With homicide, it's the more things stay the same, the more they change. Certainly, the crime of murder will never change. There is a perpetrator, or perpetrators, and there are victims. But as the act of murder is constant, many things around the heinous act change; confronting professionals with myriad new challenges. Types of perpetrators, as well as victims are fluid. Motives change. Means change. Investigative techniques hopefully will change with each new murder.
This year, NWTC's 26th Annual Homicide Investigation Training Seminar, there will be a focus on new ideas surrounding all things murder. This conference will include case studies on the following: the serial Northside Strangler out of Milwaukee; a cold blooded killer on a trestle bridge in Marinette County; a questionable car accident in La Crosse County; and a missing mother in Buffalo County.
Breakfast and lunch are included in the registration fee.