Florida Division of the International Association for Identification
The Florida Division of the International Association for Identification is a non-profit professional association for forensic scientists, crime scene technicians, evidence technicians, latent print examiners and all other law enforcement employees who are interested in the scientific investigation of crime. The FDIAI is the largest state chartered division of the International Association for Identification and hosts one of the largest annual educational training conferences available in the country.
Thanks to those who attended our conference!
We had a great conference last year and appreciate all who helped make it happen including the staff, exhibitors, sponsors and attendees. Thank to all that responded to our surveys. They help us improve the program for next year.
We hope to see everyone next year again in Orlando. Our 2023 conference will be held at the Hilton Doubletree Hotel located across the street from Seaworld in Orlando.
The program should be ready in May and registration will open on June 1st.
The hotel has already opened up reservations for our group. Should you have any questions please contact our office firstname.lastname@example.org
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Upcoming Events & Training
CSIs & Searches: Demystifying the Legal Issues **Free FDIAI Training**
Two hour training on what a CSI should know before searching a scene - Consent vs Warrants. Almost all scenario based and built from actual cases local CSI...
Supervision of Forensics Units
Instructor: Lawrence Stringham
April 3 - 6, 2023
8 am - 5 pm
Responding to Scenes with Unidentified Bones: Tips from a Forensic Anthropologist
Crime Scene Investigators are frequently called out to scenes with unidentified bones. When an agency is unable to determine whether the bone is huma...