January Lunch & Learn - Jan. 31, 11:30 at La Posta in Mesilla
March PHPOA Annual Meeting - Mar. 16, 4-6 PM at PHCC April Great American Cleanup - April 22, 9 AM
Summer Lunch and Learn Forensic Seminars presented by Dr. Gary Koverman 11:00 a.m., Picacho Hill Country Club meeting room, no host lunch following Reservations strongly suggested, reply to email@example.com. Limited to the first 80 members. If you’re not a member yet, it’s easy to join!
June 13: Forensic Science, DNA Testing Decoded How do forensic scientists do it? The technology of Forensic DNA testing is explained in everyday layman’s language including automated DNA analysis now in use by crime laboratories around the country. An in-depth description of the National DNA (CODIS) database is also included in this lecture.
July 11: O J Simpson Just on the blood evidence alone, there's only a one out of 57 billion chance that Simpson is innocent. Fifty-seven billion is approximately 10 times the current population of the entire world. What went wrong?
August 8: Touch DNA This procedure doesn’t require you to see anything, no blood or semen at all. It only requires seven or eight cells from the outermost layer of our skin to obtain a complete DNA profile. Called Touch DNA or Contact Trace DNA. Touch DNA refers to the DNA that is recovered from skin (epithelial) cells that is left behind when a person touches or comes into contact with items such as clothes, a weapon, telephone, doorknob, or other objects.
Fall Clean Up TBA - October or November December Holiday Event at PHCC, 12/10, 3 - 5 PM Food Drive, 12/8-9 and 12/15-16