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Author Topic: 2023 Midwest Firearms Training Seminar  (Read 536 times)

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Offline Tina Wilson

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2023 Midwest Firearms Training Seminar
« on: February 02, 2023, 10:41:01 AM »

This year's Midwest Firearm Training Seminar will take place in St. Louis, MO hosted by the St. Louis County Police Crime Laboratory in partnership with St. Louis University at Il Monastero Conference Center.

October 4-6th

Day 1: Full Day Lecture/Presentations
Day 2: AM Lecture/Presentations & AM/PM Manufacturing Tours
Day 3: Manufacturing Tours

A full itinerary will be available closer to the date as we line up presenters and confirm manufacturing tours and times. At this time we are unsure if there will be a virtual attendee option. Current anticipated tours are Olin/Winchester and Sunnen Products Co.

Please see the attachment for details. Registration for the seminar is already open and you can click the link below to register. We hope to announce and have registration for manufacturing tours open by AFTE in May.

Once again, this will be a free seminar for attendees and vendors outside of travel costs;  in order for these seminars to be a success we need presenters and attendees. Lunch is not provided but you will be surrounded by excellent St. Louis foods.

We are currently looking for presenters and topic submissions. Examiners and presenters volunteer to present on various topics including, but not limited to, interesting cases, new technology and methodology, changing legislation, research projects and validation studies, and so on. Presentations can range from 15 minutes to 60+ minutes.

This year we would also greatly like to find a presenter(s) from labs who have implemented Cadre, Evofinder, and Quantum to briefly discuss their experience with such like why they chose the vendor they did, their validation process and implementation, how it has helped/not helped them, strengths, weaknesses, opinions, case load, # of examiners, and so on.

Please reach out if you would like further information on this years Midwest Seminar or for more information on presenting.

St. Louis County Police Crime Laboratory
7900 Forsyth Blvd.
Clayton, MO 63105


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