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Leaving a mark on the St. Petersburg Science Festival

Posted on October 26, 2016

It’s always a great day for science, but this Saturday was a perfect day to celebrate the sixth annual St. Petersburg Science Festival. NFSTC staff, Pinellas Park High School Criminal Justice Academy students and a University of South Florida St. Petersburg ROTC Cadet shared their knowledge with thousands of children on the USFSP campus. In … Continue reading Leaving a mark on the St. Petersburg Science Festival

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NFSTC to host free federal surplus program training

Posted on September 7, 2016

Join us for a free training event to learn about Florida’s State Agency for Surplus Property (SASP) program, providing qualified organizations access to no- or reduced-cost government surplus items for their programs.

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Join us for Forensic Science Week

Posted on August 1, 2016

In celebration of National Forensic Science Week’s fourth year, have a full week of highlighting the vital need for the industry as a public service. Forensic science has been in the spotlight and the hot seat. The truth is, when the science is properly used it can and will service justice. All this week, we’ll … Continue reading Join us for Forensic Science Week

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Women, Science and the Uniform

Posted on July 18, 2016

Eleven Cadets will fall in this month for the annual Biometric and Forensic Internship at the National Forensic Science Technology Center. For the first time in the Largo, Florida based program’s eight year history, females will outnumber their male counterparts; a growing trend in the forensic science community. A recent survey of accredited collegiate forensic … Continue reading Women, Science and the Uniform

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NFSTC Notice: Fentanyl Precautions for Responders

Posted on July 12, 2016

Warning IconDue to the extreme toxicity of this substance in all forms, NFSTC believes widespread general precautions should be taken by all officers, evidence personnel and laboratory analysts.

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