Advancing Forensic Science
The National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC) is dedicated to supporting the justice and defense communities through innovative programs, evaluation of the latest technologies, training, laboratory support and consulting. Our goal is for all stakeholders to receive and provide the highest level of forensic science services.
NFSTC launches new forensic science galleries
Posted on March 13, 2014
NFSTC has launched three new galleries that contain our library of still images, animations and video of forensic science in action. [...]read more...
NFSTC seeking computer forensic analyst
Posted on February 18, 2014
NFSTC is seeking a computer forensic analyst for a 12-month term position in Fort Bragg, NC to provide intelligence support to the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM). Job responsibilities include performing computer forensics exploitation analysis for captured enemy materials. [...]read more...
NFSTC to host EPA Meth Lab Training in March
Posted on February 10, 2014
NFSTC will host the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Methamphetamine Laboratory Awareness and Operations Training Program for First Responders on March 25 and 26, 2014. Tuition for this 2-day program is free and registration is on a first come, first served basis for first responders in various agencies in the Tampa Bay area. [...]read more...
White House reports on progress made in forensic science
Posted on February 5, 2014
It’s been almost five years since the National Academies of Science report highlighted the need for improvements in forensic science and we’re now starting to see some progress. A report released this week by the White House provides an overview of the accomplishments made since 2009 in the initiative to strengthen forensic science.
NFSTC applauds [...]read more...
NFSTC to provide support for local college
Posted on January 21, 2014
NFSTC will be providing hands-on laboratory activities for Criminal Justice students at Clearwater Christian College (CCC) for the 2014 Spring semester. NFSTC has a long history of partnering with academic institutions to help build or enhance college curricula via online courses, subject matter expertise, practical lessons and skill assessments. [...]read more...