TRAINING AND WORKSHOPS
Dr. Egger is an effective instructor with many years of experience. He is currently a full-time tenured professor at University of Houston - Clear Lake. Because he remains immersed in the ongoing research and technology in his field, he can create and continuously update short training courses and workshops. This condensed instruction is specifically tailored to the participants and to the time allotted. Training topics might include:
- Serial Murder: Overview of the Phenomenon
- Serial Murder Investigation: Special Problems and Investigational Strategies
- Media Myths and the Realities of Serial Murders
- Recognizing and Overcoming Linkage Blindness
The following is just a sampling of past training programs and venues:
- "Investigation of Serial Murder" at Texas agencies
- Texas Municipal Police Association, Austin, TX. May 2006.
- El Paso County Sherrif's Training Academy, El Paso, TX. May, 2004.
- University of Houston - Clear Lake, Houston, TX. December 2003.
- "Serial Murder/Serial Rape Investigation" Corpus Christi Police Department, Corpus Cristi, TX. March 2004.
- "The Problems of a Serial Murder Investigation" FBI National Academy Graduates training program. October, 2003.
- "Criminology" and "Serial Murder" Adjunct Instructor, Brazosport College, 2001.
- "Mind of a Murder" workshop for Fort Bend, Texas Writers Guild, April 2001.
- "The Investigation of Serial Murder" at Western Illinois Police Training Unit, Macomb, Illinois. August 1993.