Welcome to WAHI!
The Wisconsin Association of Homicide Investigators was founded in 1996 in response to requests for specialized training in the area of death investigation. The object of forming the association was to further the education of it's members, and all law enforcement. Since that time the Annual Training Conference of the Wisconsin Association of Homicide Investigators has drawn attendees from across the United States.
WAHI has established a reputation for bringing in only the best trainers in their fields. They have been brought in from all over the world to share their expertise, in a wide variety of subjects, with our members.The training received during the conference, and the networking with other investigators,is invaluable to anyone involved in death investigation. WAHI members include local, state and federal law enforcement officers, coroners and medical examiners, prosecutors and others who work in this field.
- Last Updated: 30 January 2014
Click on our weblinks tab to find resources to help you get your job done. Be sure to look at Law Enforcement Tools and Training for some new products and services that you may never have thought of that make life easier for us as investigators.
- Last Updated: 20 August 2013
WAHI now has a Facebook Page!
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- Last Updated: 17 September 2013
WAHI has launched a major website update! Many aspects of the website have changed to improve functionality as well as usability. Primary changes were focused on Annual Conference registration. Users will find an easier to use registration system as well as the ability to register multiple registrants under one transaction. WAHI strives to provide tools and resources to aid in death investigation and hope the changes will aid in investigation. During this transition period, some items may not function as expected. Please be patient while finishing touches are added and content is transfered to the new website.
As always comments and feedback are appreciated!