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’s CSI class featured in the Saint Petersburg Times
NFSTC’s Essentials of Crime Scene Investigation, a training class for new investigators, was featured in the Saint Petersburg Times on Tuesday, March 2, 2010. This class, funded by the National Institute of Justice, provides online and hands-on training in a variety of forensic investigation techniques and is provided free of charge to the agencies.
New Classes: Essentials of CSI Training
April and May class registration now open. This 40-hour training program is designed to introduce law enforcement personnel to the fundamental principles of crime scene investigation, including techniques used to recover a variety of high value items of evidence. Offered to Selected Applicants
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NFSTC adds dates to the Forensic Biological Screening Workshop series
The National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC), sponsored by the National Institute of Justice, is hosting a series of Forensic Biology Screening Workshops. The target audience for these workshops is crime scene investigators in training, or with less than one year of experience. Candidates with more experience would be selected […]