Programs & Events
Adults and kids are invited to learn about the fascinating field of forensics!
Join guest speaker Susan Gray of the Peel Regional Police on Sat., April 17, at 1:30 PM at the Mill St. location for this informative look at forensic crime solving methods.As a Forensic Identification Officer, Constable Susan Gray's duties include the comparison, identification and verification of fingerprints, footwear impressions, as well as tire and tool mark impressions. Constable Gray attends crime scenes on a regular basis to search for, identify, collect and preserve evidence. She undertakes all aspects of the photographic process to record evidence and crime scenes. Crime scene sketches, plan drawings and identification illustrations are also included as part of her job duties.
Cst. Gray is also trained in the collection and preservation of DNA samples which includes obtaining blood samples, hair samples and buccal swabs for the purposes of the Canadian DNA Data Bank and Criminal Code search warrant. She is a Certified Fire and Explosive Investigator with the National Association of Fire Investigators, and conducts examinations of fire scenes to determine the cause and origin of structural and vehicle fires for the purpose of investigating arsons.
This programme is suitable for children and adults. Admission is free.
- Date: Saturday, April 17, 2010
- Time: 1:30pm
- Location: Mill St. location