An ABCNews4 article about “From Cradle to Cane Conference: Investigation of Crimes Against Vulnerable Victims” in Charleston, SC
A News & Observer article about “Discovery and Recovery: Death Investigation in Natural Environments,” a 3-day workshop hosted by the Forensic Technology Center of Excellence in collaboration with North Carolina State University, Department of Biological Science.
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