Cold Bones and Cold Cases
Arthur M. Bohanan
Monday, January 9, 2023
Crowne Plaza Hotel
401 W Summit Hill Drive, Knoxville
Price for buffet lunch is $15 (includes complimentary parking in the hotel garage).
If you choose not to eat, a charge of $7 covers parking and event arrangements.
The formal meeting begins at 11:55 a.m.
If you cannot attend in person, you may attend the meeting virtually on Zoom
Mr. Bohanan is an international award-winning patented inventor, researcher, lecturer, and writer, a Certified Latent Print Examiner (one of 860 in the world, and a certified police instructor with 55 years in the practical study application of forensics in thousands of violent crime scenes. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from East Tennessee University with further studies at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Mr. Bohanan created the first Internet Crime Against Children (ICAC) task force in Tennessee in 1998 and worked in an online undercover capacity until he retired in May 2001 as a Police Specialist III, former AFIS Manager, and a Senior Forensic Examiner with the Knoxville Police Department (26 years).
Mr. Bohanan twice received the Knoxville Police Officer of the Year award. He was inducted into the International Hall of Fame in Atlanta, sponsored by the Inventors of America, with two distinguished awards plus a doctorate in science and technology for pioneering research involving children’s fingerprints. He has responded to many major disasters, including the Columbia Space Disaster, the World Trade Center, and Hurricane Katrina. He has assisted in eight airline crashes to help identify human remains. He is currently researching to locate lost graves and determine the gender of the long-dead in 20 seconds or less.
Arthur M. Bohanan’s books — including a historical fiction series about
Henry Bohanan, his great, great, great grandfather,
a veteran of the American Revolution — are available from Amazon or his Facebook page.