New Advances in Forensic Science Technology at Crime Scenes

New Advances in Forensic Science Technology at Crime Scenes

The Friends of the UNH Library host a presentation by Peter Massey, lecturer of forensic science, on new advances in forensic science technology at crime scenes on Wednesday, Feb. 27, at 1 p.m. in the upper level of the Marvin K. Peterson Library.

Massey started his career in the Hamden, Conn., Department of Police Services, rising to the rank of detective. He retired in July 2003 after more than 20 years to become the training coordinator for the National Crime Scene Training and Technology Center at the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science. He has presented hundreds of advanced training courses to members of the law enforcement and forensic science communities. 

During his more than nine years at UNH, he has taught courses in criminal justice and forensic science and is currently a full-time faculty member in the Forensic Science department, as well as an academic advisor. 

Massey received his master’s degree in forensic science from UNH and is currently working toward his Ph.D. in criminal justice at the University.

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