Lectures

Harvey Pratt is a forensic art expert with over 50 years experience in law enforcement and forensics. His diverse background represents a fusion of extensive investigative experience and authoritative knowledge of forensic art, always with a nod to his Native American heritage. His presentation concept offers a unique blend of PowerPoint, lecture, case example and discussion.

For more information or to schedule a lecture or speaking engagement for your department, organization, civic group, university or company, please send an email request.

Law Enforcement Training Offered

Oklahoma Law Enforcement Training: CLEET certified in 2 – 4 hour formats
Investigative Forensic Art Power Point Presentation

Witness description composite
Gravesite recognition
Soft tissue reconstruction of the face
Skull reconstruction
Fugitive age progression
Missing persons age progression
Bone identification
Witness/victim interview techniques
Witness/victim evaluation
Photographing the unidentified body
Munchausen Syndrome

National Law Enforcement Training: 2 – 4 hour formats
Investigative Forensic Art Power Point Presentation

Witness description composite
Gravesite recognition
Soft tissue reconstruction of the face
Skull reconstruction
Fugitive age progression
Mission persons age progression
Bone identification
Witness/victim interview techniques
Witness/victim evaluation
Photographing the unidentified body
Munchausen Syndrome

 

Non-law Enforcement Lectures Offered
Oklahoma Civic Groups, Schools, Colleges, Universities: 1 – 2 hour formats
Forensic Art Power Point Presentation

Witness description composite
Soft tissue reconstruction of the face
Skull reconstruction
Fugitive age progression
Missing persons age progression
Bone Identification
Victim/witness safety

Native American Culture and Art Lecture
Painting
Sculpting
Artistic techniques and styles
Cultural education
Historical progression of American Indian art and symbolism

 

Corporate/Business Personnel: 1 – 4 hour formats
Forensic Art Power Point Presentation

Witness description composite
Soft tissue reconstruction of the face
Skull reconstruction
Fugitive age progression
Missing persons age progression
Bone identification
Victim/witness safety

 

Native American Culture and Art Lecture

Painting
Sculpting
Artistic techniques and styles
Cultural education
Historical progression of American Indian art and symbolism