International Forensic Symposium Heidelberg

Aus der Einladung:

Time: Monday 6th October: 1pm – 6pm (Room 1.29 Victor Frankl), Tuesday 7th October: 8.30am – 12am (Room 1.30 Kurt Lewin)
Location: SRH University Heidelberg, Faculty of Applied Psychology, Maria-Probst-Str. 3, 69123 Heidelberg
Main Topics: Analysis of Crime Scenes (CSI) Forensic Linguistics Bizarre and Controversial Cases Critical Thinking The Personality of a Killer
About the guest lecturer: James Hill, M.Ed., is an American Counseling Psychologist who spent 20 years working as a child abuse investigator for the States of New Mexico and Washington working closely with the courts and police in the crimes against children unit. He often testified in court on the forensic interviews he conducted with both the victims and offenders. He taught Forensic Psychology in Warsaw, Poland, and currently teaches law students in the Ukraine. He also taught several courses related to child protection in Germany and Austria. His focus is on forensic interviewing of children suspected of both crimes and being victims.
We invite you to take part in a very interesting seminar with topics of high public relevance. The workshop is open to everyone and free for all SRH students, teachers and guests of the International week! For external participants there is a fee of only 50 € (to be paid at the beginning of the workshop). Please register by sending an email to forensicsymposium@hochschule-heidelberg.de, subject: Workshop.
Please note that the workshop language is English. Participants completing the whole workshop receive a confirmation of participation (please state your full name as well as the date and place of birth with your registration).