Preparing for Francine's Law

District 27 is proud to offer training from renowned cold case investigators to help law enforcement agencies unlock the power of NamUs, the national database of cases involving missing persons or unidentified remains. As Oklahoma prepares to take advantage of this valuable tool, we offer the experts who can help you navigate through Francine’s Law, so you can start solving your most baffling cases on Day One.

Earn four hours of CLEET accreditation for the following sessions:

Protocols and practices for the investigation of missing and unidentified persons cases

Presented by Cpl. Joe Campbell, Tulsa Police Department

Oklahoma Emergency Operations Plan ESF#9 Search and Rescue

Introduction to the NamUs Missing and Unidentified Persons System 2.0

Presented by Mike Nance, Regional NamUs Administrator

FBI Child Abduction Response Team

Presented by Muskogee FBI Office

Strategies for Investigation of Unidentified Persons Cases

Presented by Angela Berg, MA, Anthropologist, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner

May 8, 2019, 1 p.m.

For patrol, through agency head

No cost

Class size is limited, so reserve your spot now.

District 27, Wagoner County Office