At Palmer Library and VIA ZOOM
Any person under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to attend this or any other GLVWG event.
9:00 - 10:00 Board Meeting
10:00 - 10:50 Success Stories, Introduction of new members, Officer reports.
Regular Meeting Agenda SOON
11:00 - 12:00 Morning Program,
Writers Police Academy Abridged
The morning program is an exceptionally unique experience for writers to enhance their understanding of all aspects of law enforcement, crime scene procedures, and forensics with crime scene and fingerprint expert retired Detective Guy T. Olivieri.
This workshop will help participants understand crime scene investigation procedures, and will enable writers to tell their crime and mystery stories accurately and with greater detail. We will discover how bad television has made for bad understanding of law. From demonstrations, to case studies, to Q&A, this will be an educational and entertaining experience. The Q&A will allow writers’ access to an expert that can help move their stories forward.
GLVWG Host is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: GLVWG June 26 Board, Regular Meeting and AM Workshop: Writers Police Academy Abridged
Time: Jun 26, 2021 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 898 1500 9046
Crime Scene Investigation in a Nutshell
Part two will feature more crime scene methods and studies such as a brief look at blood stain patterns, time of death, and one of Guy’s other expertise, Forensic Entomology (the study of how insects help solve crimes). Last, we will put out our new knowledge to the test by solving a homicide/mystery meticulously detailed in a dollhouse diorama form by Francis Glessner Lee. Guy will present rare photos of one (or maybe two) of FGL’s miniature crime scenes for the class to solve.
Date: Afternoon Program, June 26,
Time: 1:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Zoom meeting link and password will be sent when you register.
Guy, an SCBWI member since 2014, has been a crime scene investigator for over 25 years. He is a recognized fingerprint and crime scene expert. He has a vast knowledge of many aspects of crime scene investigation, including forensic photography, blood spatter, forensic entomology, interviewing, statement analysis, and arson Investigation.
Guy has assisted many authors and writers, from picture books to novels, and has also provided workshops for writers groups such as Sisters In Crime N.J.