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Understanding Wrongful Convictions: Lecture with Dr. Kim Rossmo

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8888 University Drive

Burnaby, British Columbia V5A 1S6

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Join SFU Criminology for a special lecture with Dr. Kim Rossmo, a world-renowned criminologist and originator of "geographic profiling".

Dr. Kim Rossmo will discuss criminal investigative failures with an emphasis on how wrongful convictions occur, best practices and preventative methods, with examples from recent criminal cases.

Dr. Kim Rossmo is a research professor with the School of Criminal Justice at Texas State University, San Marcos. He completed his PhD in SFU's School of Criminology.

Our thanks to David and Cecilia Ting for their generous support of the Ting Forum on Justice Policy: Annual Lecture Series presented by SFU's School of Criminology.

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The Ting Forum on Justice Policy: Annual Lecture Series is free, but registration via Eventbrite is required.

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8888 University Drive

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