2016 Annual Meeting

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2016 Annual Meeting says
This year's annual meeting will be at the beautiful Brittany Hill Conference Center located in Thornton Colorado. Our main feature this year will be a Cold Cast Study in which co-victims will learn more about the complicated nature of how our system of justice works, and possibly glean ideas on how to better manage their own unresolved homicide and missing person cases.

In the course of this Cold Case Homicide Study, we will hear from many of the actual key figures in the investigation such as the District Attorney, Crime Lab Experts, Police detectives, Victim Advocates and co-victims.

Through the course of this study, it is our sincere hope to bring out lessons learned from all of these individuals as to the need for good communication between co-victims and law enforcement, between law enforcement agencies, District Attorney's, Coroners, Crime Lab Experts and others. Our first presentation was one where law enforcement and authorities involved in these very complicated and difficult investigations learned a great deal and were able to take those lessons learned and applu them to their own individual cases.

As always, time will be set aside to talk to the detectives and law enforcement personnel assigned to your case if possible. Please contact Robert M. Wells, Executive Director of Families of Homicide Victims and Missing Persons, (FOHVAMP) at 202-497-4580 or rwells7335@aol.com or Kelly Fernandez-Kroyer at 720-937-8905 or kfernandez-kroyer@fohvamp.org, to register your requests.

Admission will be $40.00 which includes a fabulous lunch and the conference center fee. Admission can be paid and registration can be completed by visiting www.unresolvedhomicides.org and going to the event tab.
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By: Families of Homicide Victims and Missing Persons/FOHVAMP

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