Archive for Month: November 2010
New classes added for ICAC Specialized Investigative Techniques
Additional classes have been scheduled for Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) investigators. The course, Specialized Investigative Techniques, is offered in partnership with the High Tech Crime Institute and funded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Deliquency Prevention (OJJDP), award # 2010‐MC‐CX‐K063. Grant funding provides coverage for class tuition, portal access, supplies, air/ground transportation and per diem for approved attendees.
NFSTC arms military service members with Firearms Examiner training
“Who’s shooting at us?” “What are they armed with?” “How far away are they?” These are life-or-death questions our military personnel face on the battlefield every day – and the kinds of questions Firearms Examiner candidates are learning to answer during a 17-week training program at NFSTC.
NFSTC’s Executive Team selected as finalist for 2010 Ultimate Management Team Award
NFSTC’s Executive Team—Kevin Lothridge, CEO, David Epstein, COO and Dave Sylvester, CPO—has been selected as a finalist for the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s Ultimate Management Team Award.
Register Now! DNA Mixture Interpretation Workshop
Register now to attend the free, 3‐day DNA Mixture Interpretation Workshop for public US Crime Laboratories. March 15‐17, 2011, in Clearwater, FL.
Mobile lab helps Montana maintain service levels during renovations
How do you renovate your crime lab’s heating and air conditioning system while maintaining timely, high-quality casework? For the Montana Department of Justice, the answer was to contact NFSTC and request one of their unique mobile forensic laboratories.