Bode has hosted more than 30 industry conferences over the past 20+ years. The 3.5 day conference includes presentations from industry leaders on impact, new technologies, and best practices targeted to educate on forensic identification and law enforcement investigations. Network with attendees traditionally from more than 75 different local, state, county, and federal agencies from more than 35 states.
DNA has a significant impact on improving public safety. Demand for testing is increasing as we clear backlogs and test cases faster. DNA technology is now more accessible than ever through technological advances in rapid DNA and forensic genealogy, and remains essential to criminal investigations.
Solving these cases is critical and offers answers to victims of crimes, but we also know that the more we can do, the better opportunity we have to prevent crime – and Prevent Tomorrow’s Victim.
Ashley is a sexual assault survivor and an activist that uses public speaking to
create systemic change. In 2019, she helped pass a DNA Felony Arrestee law in
Texas which has already solved hundreds of cold case crimes. Ashley has worked
globally to spark conversations on how to tackle the worldwide sexual assault kit
backlog crisis. She believes that every survivor has an important story to be told
and a courageous voice to be heard.
Ashley joins Bode to tell her story on the importance of DNA technology
in Preventing Tomorrow’s Victim.
The 2022 program will include 3.5 days of presentations, workshops and panel discussions:
Multi-Disciplinary Program: Advancements, policy and impact for crime labs, law enforcement and attorneys
Advanced Breakout Sessions: Best practices and current issues relating to advanced DNA training, new technologies and investigations
More program information coming soon! The program format for Bode 2022 will be similar to Bode 2021. Check out the Bode 2021 program for reference.
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