On Demand Webinar: Can Evidence Processing be Improved in Your Crime Lab?




Evidence handling and processing directly impacts the safety of your personnel and the analytical results you receive. It's important that crime labs process each piece of evidence consistently. Protecting personnel from hazards associated with processing is part of your commitment to quality evidence handling.  

You will learn about:

  • New evidence drying and fuming equipment that provides consistent, quality results with minimal hassle.

  • Hazards and how to protect yourself and your coworkers.

  • Workflow layout in the lab. Learn the newest thoughts on improving work process and facility layout including recent case studies.

  • Q&A session is included to answer your specific questions. 



Kelly Williams, Business Development Manager at Labconco
Kelly Williams
Forensic Product Manager

Kelly Williams, is the Labconco Forensic Product Manager. She has over 15 years of experience developing laboratory equipment and providing application support.

Kenneth C. Mohr, Jr.
Principal Planner
Crime Lab Design

Kenneth C. Mohr, Jr., a principal of Crime Lab Design, specializes in forensic facility planning and design. He has worked on more than 100 assignments for forensic agencies across the country and internationally...