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.
New course! Online Digital Crime Scene Photography now open
Posted on July 15, 2014
When it comes to documenting evidence, nothing beats good quality photographs. A decent camera goes a long way, but the skills and knowledge of the photographer are critical to getting scene and evidence photographs that will be useful to investigation. [...]read more...
ROTC cadets on site for biometric and forensic training
Posted on July 8, 2014
Twelve lucky ROTC cadets from around the U.S. have arrived at NFSTC to participate in the 6th annual Biometric and Forensic Internship training. The cadets will receive two-weeks of unique hands-on training similar to that provided to special operations and international forces. [...]read more...
STEM students explore forensic science at NFSTC
Posted on July 2, 2014
What’s more intriguing than the exciting world of crime scene investigation? With the popularity of CSI shows on television, forensic science is a great way to spur kids to get engaged in science. [...]read more...
NFSTC seeking Communications Specialist
Posted on June 30, 2014
Looking for a communications position in the fascinating world of forensic science? NFSTC has an opportunity for a specialist-level professional. The communications specialist is responsible to provide writing, editing and communications support for corporate projects, development and outreach. [...]read more...
NFSTC donates office supplies for local back-to-school event
Posted on June 10, 2014
You never know how much stuff you have until you have to move it! While preparing to move into our shiny new headquarters, NFSTC cleaned out the closets, donating supplies to local teachers and schools. [...]read more...