ACFE Central Indiana Chapter


ACFE Central Indiana Chapter Training Programs
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After you have enrolled in one of our Continuing Professional Education programs and want to cancel, we will return the fees you paid to us as follows:
(1) 90% will be refunded up to the end of the early bird discount period (if a early bird discount is offered).
(2) 50% will be refunded up to six weeks before the event.
(3) thereafter, nothing will be refunded.
(4) exceptions may be granted in the event of major medical issue or death of an immediate family member subject to the approval of the Chairperson of Conflict Resolution.

Cancellation Policy
In the event that a continuing education program must be cancelled, registered participants will be nitified using the email address provided at registration.  all registration fees will be refunded.

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If you are unhappy with a program you have attended and request a price adjustment or refund, please contact our Conflict Resolution Chairperson, Chad Christensen at chad@ccprivateinvestigations.com   

​The ACFE Central Indiana Chapter is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org
November 12, 2020 Virtual Luncheon - 1.0 CPE  
REGISTRATION opened

Fibers, hairs, glass, soil and paint chips belong to the trace category of evidence. Even
a small amount of evidence that the examiner is trying to identify may link to a source or
identify unique features. These can be used to connect a suspect to a victim or a crime
scene. Locard’s Exchange Principle states that any time two items come into contact
with each other, information is exchanged.

This talk is about the power of trace evidence and what we can determine from these
small clues that many times are overlooked. The talk also covered the tools used to
examine trace materials which can make these small items have a huge impact on a
case were discussed. It will not always give definitive information, but it will likely
provide circumstantial evidence. Rules of evidence are changing: the FBI is re-looking
cases based on hair analyses; also burn patterns and bite marks – they’re not seen as
overpowering evidence any more.

Speaker - Gina M. Londino-Smolar, MS, Chemistry and Chemical Biology, IUPUI School of Science, Senior Lecturer, Forensic and Investigative Sciences Program and Dept. of
Chemistry and Chemical Biology as well as a faculty fellow with Teaching and Learning
Technologies at IUPUI. She is currently a fellow of the American Academy of Forensic
Sciences (AAFS) and the Chair of the Disciplines committee for the General Section
and a member and President-Elect of the Council of Forensic Science Educators
(COFSE). 

NASBA CPE Sponsor ID: 139412 
Field of Study: Specialized knowledge
Prerequisites - None
Program level: Basic
No advanced preparation required
Group virtual.
Time: 12:15 PM