NFSTC wants to hear from you!
NFSTC invites forensic service professionals and our stakeholders to participate in a brief, confidential survey about their needs and their understanding of NFSTC services. This feedback will help NFSTC to provide additional projects, trainings and services and can broaden the range of forensic services available to the community.
Crime scenes, field forensics, tools and training
Come see NFSTC at the IACP Conference in Chicago. Stop by booth #2131 to check out the interactive crime scene scenario, get the scoop on virtual reality crime scene training, learn about new digital evidence training, and more. While you’re there, register to win an iPad!
Visit us at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences expo next week
Are you headed to Chicago for the AAFS Symposium? NFSTC, NamUs and the Forensic Innovation Center will be there. Be sure to stop by our locations in the exhibit hall and say hello.
NFSTC’s Training of Wisconsin DNA Analysts Recognized
Wisconsin Attorney General J.B.VVan Hollen, recently declared the state’s DNA backlog backlog to be “history”. In an Associated Press (AP) story dated April 21, 2010, a letter from Van Hollen to the state’s lawmakers announced the success of on of his top priorieties since taking office in 2007.
NFSTC recognized for contributions to forensic science
The National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC) was presented with the August Vollmer Excellence in Forensic Science Award for contributions to forensic science by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP).