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Forensic Society

Forensic Society
Upcoming Events

Meeting dates are
every other Wednesday 9/11, 9/25, 10/9, 10/23, 11/9 (Saturday), 11/20
MMSCI 301, 5:30pm

For questions or information:

bfs@baylor.edu

The Baylor Forensic Society provides community service to local law enforcement agencies and provides student members with training and hands-on experience in forensic studies.

Students from any major may participate. The Society has bi-weekly meetings during the school year and usually plans two or three larger events every semester. Recent events include: assistance in local missing person searches, firearm use training, life-size, live CLUE game, mock crime scenes, murder mystery parties, practice at the gun range, video photo demonstrations and practicing various forensic techniques in preparation for a career in forensic science.

BFS blood spatter BFS gun range
BFS steppin out small BFS parade small
President - Jen Husak
Vice President - Rebekah Cameron
Secretary - Jaxon Ward
Treasurer - Maggie Garcia
Historian - Noelle Martinez
Public Relations - Michelle Cruz

Faculty advisors are Dr. Sara Alexander and Sgt. Jim Huggins.

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