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NFSTC seeking instructors for biometrics, forensics and HME

NFSTC has potential employment opportunities for individuals with training and instruction expertise in the collection and exploitation of biometrics, forensics, media and site exploitation, and homemade explosives. This training would support the Joint Exploitation Training Center (JETC) located in Ft. Bragg, Fayetteville, NC. Responsibilities will include classroom instruction and range […]

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NFSTC wins prestigious August Vollmer award

NFSTC is proud to announce we have received the August Vollmer Excellence in Forensic Science Award from the International Association of Chiefs of Police for the second time. The award, in the Current or Past Forensic Science Collaboration category, recognizes the collaborative effort that produced the web-based version of After the Fact, the online virtual crime scene assessment tests.

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NFSTC mourns the loss of congressional leader CW “Bill” Young

NFSTC mourns the loss of our longtime US Congressman, CW “Bill” Young, who has served Florida’s 13th congressional district since 1971. His accomplishments during his long career are legion and his statesmanship will be greatly missed. One of Congressman Young’s achievements is the Young-Rainey Star Center, home of NFSTC offices […]

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Expanded CSI guide now available – free

Crime Scene Investigation, a Guide for Law Enforcement, is now available for download from NFSTC. The new crime scene investigation guide covers key CSI practices in detail. Developed by noted experts, this 180-page, vastly expanded edition provides step-by-step recommendations to lead law enforcement through this crucial, first phase of the justice process. Download the guide now free as a pdf or for your favorite e-reader.

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NFSTC Open Position – Identity Intelligence Case Manager

NFSTC is currently recruiting for an Identity Intelligence Case Manager – Mid and Entry Level for a term OCONUS position. The position is for United States Special Operations Command support in a deployed environment with an anticipated duration of twelve months. Case managers will perform all source intelligence analysis and facilitate reachback analysis support to forward deployed SOF.