S.C.A.F.O.'s - 48th President

48th President - JOSEPH  MANN, 1985

As the appointed Editor, James Mock changed the association’s newsletter to a magazine style publication and the first issue of the “The Print” was distributed.

February 8, 1985 - China Gate - Richard Howie, Westminister P.D., discussed special problems in the identification of Vietnamese Criminals.

May 4, 1985 - Maria's Cafe Italiano - Speaker William Baird, San Bernardino Lab Director, detailed the importance of physical evidence in the 1983 murder of a family of four in Chino Hills by escapee Kevin Cooper.  

President Joe Mann announced that a questionnaire was sent out in February by the Executive Board, (requesting the general feelings of the members as to where and what they would desire in meeting locations, contents, etc.).  The consensus was that Buena Park was a central location.  The number one reason for not attending meetings—location too far.

August 2, 1985 - Crest Catering - A trio of speakers, Anaheim PD, Los Angeles and Orange Counties District Attornies Office presented topics relating to Sex Crimes and the importance of physical evidence.

Editor Jim Mock related that everyone should be sure that they read the feature article presented by Dick Clason.  “The Last and the First”. (The last stagecoach robbery, and the first presentation of a palm print -Dec. 1916). 

November 1, 1985 - The Velvet Turtle - Speaker Bill Lystrup, Orange County Coroner’s Office, showed slides and described the PSA airplane crash in San Diego years before.

Joe Mann was head of Security at McDonnell-Douglas during his year as SCAFO'S President.