29th Annual Crimes Against Children Conference

13W - Using NamUs to Resolve Missing and Unidentified Person Cases (Exhibitor Workshop by NamUs)

Wednesday, August 9
1:45 PM - 3:00 PM
Location: City View 6

This session will introduce attendees to the personnel, technology, and forensic resources available through NamUs to assist with the resolution of long-term missing and unidentified person cases. This session will include an overview of the NamUs system, a discussion of how to best utilize biometric information (dentals, DNA and fingerprints) to resolve cases, and case studies to illustrate the effectiveness of NamUs.

This is an exhibitor workshop sponsored by the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System.

This session will qualify you to earn an entry into a drawing for an Apple watch. Drawing to be held Wednesday evening at 7:45 pm at the social event in the Lone Star ballroom. You must be present to win.

Target Audience: LE

B.J. Spamer

Director, NamUs Forensic and Analytical Services
UNT Health Science Center / NamUs

B.J. Spamer has served as a director with NamUs since 2011. She previously worked as an Intelligence Analyst with the Kansas City (Missouri) Police Department and Kansas Bureau of Investigation, and as a Forensic Case Manager for the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. She is a graduate of the DEA’s Federal Law Enforcement Analysts Training (FLEAT) Academy and holds a Master’s Degree in Forensic Science.

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