NFSTC awarded contract to support U.S. Marines
Posted on February 13, 2017
We are excited to announce a new contract to continue our work with U.S. Marine Corps Law Enforcement teams, supporting them with logistics and exploitation training. The contract is for one base year and four option years, with a total value of $12.7 million. NFSTC is proud to support our armed forces and is committed … Continue reading NFSTC awarded contract to support U.S. Marines
NFSTC hosts Opioids and Officer Safety Webinar
Posted on February 15, 2017
Between 2014 and 2015, death rates resulting from synthetic opioids other than methadone increased more than 72 percent, according to the Centers for Disease Control. The opioid epidemic is causing a unique safety concern for first responders in the field who may come contact with the drug unknowingly. Even a small amount of fentanyl in … Continue reading NFSTC hosts Opioids and Officer Safety Webinar
First and only DNA analyst online training now updated
Posted on January 9, 2017
NFSTC has released the only DNA analyst online training with updates to conform to and include the latest FBI Quality Assurance Standards (QAS), new techniques and technologies. The program is used as the knowledge base for new analysts in the laboratory, and can also be offered as supplement to university course work. While the fundamentals … Continue reading First and only DNA analyst online training now updated
Looking for a new challenge?
Posted on December 22, 2016
We want to know! Here at NFSTC, we are always looking for the best talent in forensic science and biometric intelligence. We are currently seeking expertise in the following areas: Forensic Biology/DNA Forensic Chemistry Latent Print and Biometrics Instructors Computer Forensics (CELLEX/DOMEX) Instruction/Training Military Identity Intelligence Site Exploitation Multi-lingual capabilities are definitely a plus. If … Continue reading Looking for a new challenge?
Setting our Cadets up for success
Posted on December 16, 2016
It’s been a busy fall semester for our 2016 Biometric and Forensics ROTC Cadets. During the summer, the 11 Cadets trained at our Largo headquarters to learn about forensic biology and chemistry, latent prints, evidence collection, and biometric and digital evidence technology. But we wanted to know: how much of an impact can two weeks … Continue reading Setting our Cadets up for success