Mission specific crime scene training for Australian Defence Force investigators – preparation for when your workplace could be a warzone; and Death investigation, location and recovery of skeletonised human remains from the remote Tasmanian wilderness – challenges faced and outcomes achieved

Invited Speaker: Senior Constable David North (Tas Police)

David, is a member of Tasmania Police, currently stationed at the Glenorchy Police Station. David has been a police officer for over 17 years having previously served with the Queensland Police Service (QPS) for 10 years prior to Tasmania Police. During his career David has been a Scientific officer with the QPS working in major crime scene investigations. He has also been a member of Hobart Forensic Services as a crime scene examiner. David is a Flight Lieutenant (FLTLT) Reservist with the Royal Australian Air Force where he is employed as a forensic scientist. He is actively involved in training Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel in crime scene examinations and death investigations prior to their operational deployments.

Presentation 1: Mission specific crime scene training for Australian Defence Force investigators – preparation for when your workplace could be a warzone

Presentation 2: Death investigation, location and recovery of skeletonised human remains from the remote Tasmanian wilderness – challenges faced and outcomes achieved