Ray Ernst, Assistant Professor at Hilbert College, demonstrates blood stain pattern analysis. No other college in Western New York provides the career preparation available through Hilbert's forensic science/crime scene investigation degree. The program offers both college students and law enforcement personnel the most current technological knowledge and practical applications in crime scene investigation. Graduates will then have the necessary skills to obtain entry-level positions in a variety of exciting career areas. Additionally, the program will furnish veteran officers with advancement opportunities available through specialized education in crime scene investigation.
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Two days after what would have been Michael's fourth birthday Pamela was sentenced to 6yrs in prison for failing to protect her son. Alex Kermith Mendoza was sentenced to 25 years to life.