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NFSTC’s live exploitation demo at SOFIC

NFSTC provided an expeditionary site exploitation demonstration at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) in Tampa, FL on May 15.The demonstration scenario was one faced by soldiers far too often, and increasingly by domestic law enforcement as well: a car bomb.

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Happy New Year from NFSTC!

The new year is always a great time to welcome new challenges, excitement and new horizons. What better way to kick off 2013 than a virtual tour of the National Forensic Science Technology Center in beautiful Largo, Florida. The weather is sunny, the seagulls are soaring and the bloodstains are fresh and ready for analysis. Join us for a grand tour of our facilities and see what’s going on at NFSTC!

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NFSTC.org periodically unavailable Sunday, July 1

NFSTC will be performing network maintenance on Sunday, July 1. Our website, NSFTC.org,  may be periodically unavailable between the hours of 12:00 AM and noon EST. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.

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STEM TEC students get hands-on experience with crime scene photography

For the third year in a row, NFSTC welcomed STEM TEC students to our training facility as part of the Summer Career Institute program. Nearly 50 high school students from Pinellas County experienced what it’s like to be a crime scene photographer through a mini-course and hands-on exercises.

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NFSTC announces DNA Technical Review services

NFSTC now offers technical review services for case work and databasing, as allowed by the FBI QAS for DNA Databasing Laboratories and QAS for Forensic DNA Testing Laboratories (9/1/2011), to get your eligible profiles reviewed for faster entry into CODIS. Laboratories can improve turn-around time while keeping analysts working the current case load, improve the chances that a perpetrator can be apprehended before striking again and exonerate falsely accused individuals.