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Do you need help searching for remains?
Are you a law enforcement member and participate in searches for human remains?
Are you a civilian volunteer with a search and rescue team?
Would you like to receive training for searching for human remains?
Yvonne is a trained biological anthropologist and archaeologist, and who actively researches scattered and scavenged remains. She offers training and consultation for volunteer groups and law enforcement. Since 2004, she has offered training and consultation to numerous groups in Western Canada regarding the search, discovery, and identification of human remains.
Current Rates and Offers:
- Online, asynchronous Introduction to Bone Search and Discovery Course: $99 CDN
- Two-hour in-person classroom training session: $500 CDN + expenses.
- Full-day in-person classroom + lab training session: $1200 CDN + expenses.
- On-site search assistance: $800 CND / day + expenses.
- Tailored training: case-by-case. Please contact for quote.
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