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Support the 2015 NFSTC ROTC Internship

Shooting a fingerprint on a phoneEach year since 2009, NFSTC has offered a rigorous, two-week, one-of-a-kind Biometrics and Forensic Internship for 12 ROTC Cadets from around the country. Your support can help us maintain and grow this unique program.

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New online course! Intro to Forensic Biology

There’s more to running a successful crime lab than the TV shows would lead you to believe. Real-life crime laboratories require safe and effective practices that are both scientific and administrative in nature. These two concepts go hand-in-hand because if your findings aren’t accurately recorded and analyzed, investigations can be compromised.

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New course! Online Digital Crime Scene Photography now open

Digital photo screen shotWhen it comes to documenting evidence, nothing beats good quality photographs. A decent camera goes a long way, but the skills and knowledge of the photographer are critical to getting scene and evidence photographs that will be useful to investigation.

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NFSTC partners with J3Seven to provide exploitation training in Australia

NFSTC and J3Seven (Australia) have teamed up to provide Australian forces with tactical site exploitation training that enhances field skills. Military operators, first responders and intelligence organizations in Australia will have a one-stop shop for the tools and skills required to conduct successful operations.

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NFSTC to host EPA Meth Lab Training in March

NFSTC will host the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Methamphetamine Laboratory Awareness and Operations Training Program for First Responders on March 25 and 26, 2014. Tuition for this 2-day program is free and registration is on a first come, first served basis for first responders in various agencies in the Tampa Bay area.