Forensic Science Roadshow

By May 17, 2023 Events

Wednesday, May 17, 7pm

Our Speaker Series welcomes Paul Zambella. Venture into the world of CSI with this interactive program that introduces you to the fascinating subject of forensic science.

Subjects include: Massachusetts State Police Crime Laboratory, Functions of Forensic Scientist, Blood, DNA, Fingerprints, Gunshot residue, Footwear Impressions, Metal detector, Crime Light.

To add some mystery to the program, there is some audience participation in order to identify a “suspect”. Due to the nature of the subject matter, the program is recommended for people of high-school age and older.

Mr. Zambella was employed as a Forensic Scientist at the Massachusetts State Police Crime Laboratory for 36 years. His functions in the laboratory included crime scene investigator, criminalist, drug analyst, serologist and toxicologist. He participated in more than 500 crime scene investigations, examined thousands of physical evidence items and testified in more than 350 criminal trials. Paul has taught courses in Forensic Science at Northeastern University, Salem State University and Hesser College. He has also lectured at Suffolk University and to various law enforcement institutions including the Massachusetts State Police Academy, the Northeast Regional Police Institute and the Massachusetts District Attorneys Association (MDAA).

Everyone is welcome.
Speaker Series is the 3rd Wednesday of each month.
Tapley Memorial Hall 13 Page Street, Danvers MA.
Danvers Historical Society: 978-777-1666 or E-mail to
Free Admission. Donations appreciated.