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Looking for space in Tampa Bay?

NFSTC Warehouse 2Your growing company can benefit from our move-in ready, flexible space available for lease. Join nearly a dozen other companies in the defense/forensic/security sector in a secure and convenient location.

New bio lab 1Features:

  • Up to 3,000 sf of administrative space
  • Six executive-style offices (12’x12’)
  • Wet lab space for biology and chemistry, with flexible space for science applications and safe handling of chemicals.
  • Up to 4,000 sf of air-conditioned high bay warehouse space–Perfect for technology development, testing and training
  • Shared use of six training and/or meeting rooms ranging in size from 350 to 1,200 sfNFSTC location-src Google Maps
  • On-site Facility Security Officer (FSO) services are available for an additional fee
  • Just 20 minutes from the Tampa Airport

All tenant companies enjoy:

  • Central reception
  • Visitor management
  • Janitorial services
  • Common area use and support

Take a virtual tour, then come out and see us in Largo, FL.
For more information and to visit the facility, call Bill Young at (727) 395-2511, ext 135 or email bill.young@nfstc.org.

 

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. NFSTC has been committed to this program as it truly complements our work and because of this, NFSTC has provided this amazing opportunity at no charge to ROTC cadets or the Command. Since we started, more than 70 Cadets have been to NFSTC and learned skills, tools and techniques that will make them stronger leaders in our nation’s security forces.

This year we have launched a campaign to allow companies and individuals to support this program through sponsorship and donations. Your support will show your commitment to educating future Army leaders through a unique internship experience they do not receive in college and or basic ROTC training.

IMG_2665Learn more about giving opportunities at nfstc.causevox.com, or download more information here:

  Support the 2015 NFSTC Cadet Internship

Custom corporate giving opportunities are also available.

NFSTC is proud to support our ROTC Cadets and science and STEM education, and we appreciate our sponsors. We are looking forward to meeting this year’s Cadets!

Follow along with the cadet class in July via NFSTC’s Facebook page.

 

NFSTC moving to new headquarters

NFSTC is moving to new headquarters at 8285 Bryan Dairy Road, Suite #125, Largo, FL 33777. The move is a short one since NFSTC has been based just around the corner at the Young-Rainey STAR Center since May 2000. We expect to be up and operating on Tuesday May 27, 2014. The new phone number is (727) 395-2511.

To facilitate the move, NFSTC will be closed on Friday May 23 and Monday May 26, 2014, with limited access to email communications.

The 50,000 square foot space will house our training facilities, technology evaluation and laboratory space, media production studio and space for hands-on crime scene scenario training.

Moving along with NFSTC are five other leading forensic and defense organizations including the High Tech Crime Institute (HTCI), Alakai Defense Systems, Primoris, Homeland Intelligence Technologies and the Forensic Innovation Center.

 

Looking for quality, free forensic science resources?

Forensic Chemistry-sample vialsNFSTC has you covered. From chemistry to crime scenes, if you have questions about forensic science, chances are, we have the answers.

Some of our most popular resources include:

  • NFSTC Forensic Update — delivers news, information and subject matter expert interviews on hot topics in forensic science via our YouTube channel. We’ve assembled a handy playlist so you don’t miss an episode.
  • Forensic Science Simplified — a layman’s guide to forensic science that explores topics such as toxicology, fingerprint science, bloodstain pattern analysis, explosives and more.
  • Crime Scene Investigation: A Guide for Law Enforcement —Thorough CSI guide goes step-by-step through processing a crime scene. Available in PDF and e-books.
  • Forensic DNA Education for Law Enforcement Decision Makers — online training for law enforcement regarding the use of DNA analysis to investigate crimes. This program features interactive multimedia and interviews with subject matter experts.
  • The CSI Effect Theory —Experts from the justice community discuss the effects of popular television crime dramas on today’s juries, and strategies to keep science fiction out of the courtroom.
  • Blood Spatter Animation — simple animation demonstrates the physics behind blood spatter analysis including flight dynamics, and the phases and angle of impact.

Want more? Browse our full archive of resources online at projects.nfstc.org.

Don’t forget our online Introduction to CSI and Intermediate CSI courses. Not free, but at $129 each, these courses are a steal. For information or to register, visit our Forensic Science Training page.

NFSTC proudly sponsors NDIA

NFSTC is proud to be a member and sponsor of the Greater Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA). Partnering with local businesses is always a priority of ours, but when it comes to national defense efforts, it’s imperative.

Helicopter performs exercise at SOFIC 2012.
Helicopter performs exercise at SOFIC 2012.

We salute the other organizations who support the important mission of the NDIA, America’s leading defense industry association. With key U.S. defense agencies located right here in the Tampa Bay Area including MacDill Air Force Base, USCENTCOM and USSOCOM, providing leading-edge forensic solutions for our nation’s security gives a whole new meaning to homeland defense.

NFSTC will be exhibiting at SOFIC, the premier special operations conference hosted by NDIA, later this May. For more information on the Greater Tampa Bay Chapter of NDIA, visit: www.tampabayndia.org