Save the date for our Spring 2016 William M. Bass Legends in Forensic Science Lectureship featuring Bruce Sackman

When the Intensive Care Unit Becomes a Crime Scene:  Serial Killers in Healthcare

April 19, 2016, 6:30 pm - Student Union Ballroom

Mr. Sackman served as the Special Agent in Charge, U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), Office of Inspector General, Criminal Investigations Division, Northeast Field Office until May 2005 when he retired after 32 years service. In this capacity, he was responsible for all major criminal investigations involving VA from West Virginia to Maine. During his tenure he was involved in hundreds of investigations involving allegations of fraud, corruption, false claims, thefts, patient assaults, pharmaceutical drug diversions and suspicious hospital deaths.   He was also responsible for supervising the successful investigation of the nation’s first homicide conviction in connection with pharmaceutical research. His cases have been featured on the Discovery Health Channel, CNN, MSNBC, America’s Most Wanted and on Home Box Office. He is the recipient of many awards for his investigations and for his efforts in encouraging the profession of forensic nursing. Mr. Sackman has lectured at several forensic related conferences, State police organizations, the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, universities and medical related symposia. Mr. Sackman is currently self-employed as a licensed private investigator in New York City specializing in healthcare related matters. Under contract, he directs all major investigations for a major New York metropolitan regional healthcare system. He also serves as an associate with the Washington DC Academy Group, an internationally renowned forensic behavioral science firm. He is the President of the Society of Professional Investigators in New York City. 

Serial Killers in Health Care

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