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!
Tampa Bay Business Journal selects Billy Young, NamUs Sr. Coordinator, as an “Up & Comer”
Each year, the Tampa Bay Business Journal recognizes young professionals in the Bay area who are making notable contributions to their organizations and are poised for success. This year, we’re proud to announce that Billy Young, NFSTC’s NamUs Sr. Coordinator, was selected among professionals under 30 years old for this […]
NamUs Team honored with Service to America Medal
Charles Heurich, program manager and leader of the team for the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs.gov), has been named the winner of the Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals (Sammies) in the Justice and Law Enforcement category. Nine awards were presented at a gala on September 15th in Washington, D.C.
Forensic science poster sessions at NIJ Conference
NFSTC is presenting four posters at the annual NIJ Conference in Arlington, VA this week. These presentations provide the latest findings and allow practitioners and researchers to share experiences and discuss the topic at hand.
NamUs representatives attend Missing in Michigan event
NamUs representatives attended the Missing in Michigan event at Ford Field in Detroit on May 7, 2011. This first-time event, coordinated by Michigan State Police and other agencies, was a great success and assisted more than 40 families of the missing.