On the Front Line:

New Frontiers in Forensics, Crime and Security

April 4, 2017 ・ 10 am to 4 pm ・ Miller Theatre

Step inside the Miller Theatre near Columbia University, New York. Be immersed in an unprecedented forensic, crime and security talk series – brought to you by legends in these disciplines. It’s all designed with the curious psychology, science and math student in mind.


Following the runaway success of our UK conference, join us in our first big event for the Big Apple hosted by Forensic Outreach and featuring legendary speakers who have worked headline cases from OJ Simpson to Jon Benet Ramsey.

Venture inside the Miller Theatre for an unforgettable, fascinating day that focuses on cutting-edge forensic, crime and security science. This is an experience your students won’t forget.

From new DNA techniques that breathe life into your biology curriculum objectives — to the science of decoding encrypted messages as a new adventure in mathematics, be riveted by live demonstrations and talks by leading scientists and technologists.

Conference Details

Our Speakers

More incredible speakers will be added to this list shortly.

Dr. Michael Baden
Former Chief Medical Examiner for New York City and during his illustrious career, has performed autopsies on more than 20,000 people and as part of several prominent cases

William Tobin
Former Special Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Chief Forensic Metallurgist at Forensic Engineering International

Dr. Dennis Dirkmaat
Director of the Department of Applied Forensic Science at the University of Mercyhurst

Deneen Hernandez
Forensic Examiner for the Federal Bureau of Investigation Laboratory Division in the Cryptanalysis and Racketeering Records Unit in Quantico, VA

Joshua D. Freilich
Creator and co-Director of the United States Extremist Crime Database (ECDB)


Intrigued? We’d be delighted to welcome you to this unprecedented conference.

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Date and Time
April 4, 2017
10 am to 4 pm

Miller Theatre
2960 Broadway
New York, New York

Food must be packed or purchased from the area.

$45 per ticket
Teachers attend free for every 10 students