27th Annual ACSR Training Conference
When: February 7-9, 2017
Where: Ameristar Hotel, Black Hawk, CO Just west of Denver and near Historic Central City
Central City is a historic mining settlement founded in 1859 during the Pike’s Peak Gold Rush and known as the “Richest Square Mile on Earth”. Central City and the adjacent city of Black Hawk form the federally designated Central City/Black Hawk Historic District.
The 2017 annual training conference of the Association for Crime Scene Reconstruction will be held at the Ameristar Hotel & Casino in Black Hawk, Colorado. Rooms are available at the special conference rate of $99/night, which includes parking (plus taxes and fees). Make sure you mention ACSR using group code ACSB17A when booking your rooms!
For Room Reservations Call: 720-946-4000 or make your reservations online at: http://www.ameristar.com
Reservations must be made by Saturday, 1/21/2017
2017 Training Conference Program
Attendees should plan on arriving Monday February 6, 2017 to be ready to start at 8:00 am Tuesday Feb 7, 2017.
Tuesday: Includes case reviews, lectures, and studies regarding Crime Scene Reconstruction.
Wednesday: A full day of practical, hands-on workshops, morning and afternoon related to Crime Scene Reconstruction topics.
Thursday: Additional case reviews, lectures and studies in the areas of Crime Scene Reconstruction.
Continental Breakfast, Lunch Buffet and Banquet are included with the conference fee of Member – $275, Non-Member – $325 and Student – $150
Last Piece Society: On Tuesday evening all conference attendees are invited to present a case and seek input from experts attending from around the world. Past cases have been resolved through these group discussions and expert recommendations!
Banquet and Awards Ceremony: Wednesday Evening
Registration: To register online and pay via credit card follow this link: Online Conference Registration Form
To pay via check please complete and mail this form: 2017 ACSR TRAINING CONFERENCE Registration Form
Vendor Registration: Vendor Registration Form
Activities are planned for significant others accompanying attendees.
Transportation to and from Denver International Airport is being arranged for those coming in on Monday and Tuesday and leaving Thursday and Friday. Details to follow. Black Hawk is a one hour and fifteen minute drive (56 miles) from DIA.
Celestina Rossi, ACSR President