Jennifer Patchin will be the guest speaker at the March 16th ACT NOW community meeting.
Jennifer received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Forensic Science from Michigan State University in 1995.
She has been a forensic scientist for the Michigan State Police Forensic Science Division since 1997 and is currently working out of the Grayling Crime Lab.
Her main duties are examination of evidence for the presence of body fluids. She also does some trace evidence examinations, such as hairs, fibers, physical matches and footwear impression examinations.
Occasionally she is called upon to assist in the processing of crime scenes and to testify in a court of law.
Jennifer has put together a very interesting program illustrating a walk through the Laboratory and a typical day and case of a real Forensic Scientist…not at all like scripted t.v.
Please be sure to join us March 16th for this inside look at Crime Scene Investigations.