Thursday, May 12, 2022 — 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
How true is the forensic science on TV?
May 12, 2022
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Watch at the Library
We show online events on our big movie screen (when possible) or in a study room. The event is still online and live, not in-person or pre-recorded.
If you are interested in watching this online event at the library, let us know when you register.
We’ve all seen forensic science on TV, film noir movies, and pulpy crime novels—but how much of it is true?
Join Professor Lisa Dadio, Assistant Dean of the Department of Forensic Science at the University of New Haven, for a look into real forensic science.
Sponsored by a partnership between Berlin-Peck Memorial Library, Wethersfield Library, Lucy Robbins Welles Library and Cora Belden Library.
This online program will be shown on the library’s big screen for those who want to watch in person.
About the Presenter
Professor Dadio is a 20+ year veteran of the New Haven Police Department where she was involved in over 200 major criminal investigations. She will be discussing her experiences in the field, including the 2009 Annie Le case at Yale University.