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Crime Scene Heroes: The Photography King

May 26, 2020
When a violent crime is committed, it takes a team of specialized individuals with strong constitutions to investigate the scene, ...

How COVID-19 Deaths Are Counted

May 19, 2020
Assigning a cause of death is never straightforward, but data on excess deaths suggest coronavirus death tolls are likely an under...

Last responders: The grim job of medical examiners in the COVID-19 pandemic

May 04, 2020
There are only 500 full-time, board certified forensic pathologists in the U.S. Just as first responders have been working hard to...

Survey on Adequate Staffing Levels in the CSI Discipline

This survey was created in response to a gap in knowledge about adequate CSI staffing levels highlighted by the Crime Scene Investigation Subcommittee within the Organization of Scientific Area Committees (OSAC). The survey is designed to establish a better picture of what adequate staffing at a crime scene is for CSIs and examines investigation quality and effectiveness through things like investigation type, size of crime scene(s), and the number of crime scenes requiring investigation. This is an important step in identifying issues across the discipline so that the OSAC CSI Subcommittee can make discipline-wide recommendations on proper staffing at crime scenes. Your participation is greatly appreciated. Please contact Joe Trevino at if you have any questions or concerns.   

The 2019 Conference Photos are now available in the Member Section of the Website

Now it's Easy to Submit your Job Openings and Training Events to the FDIAI website

You can submit Job Openings and Training Classes online without contacting the webmaster. Just click on Submit Job Openings or Training Opportunities from the main menu and you may upload related flyers.

Evidence Technology Magazine 

New April 2020 

Upcoming Events & Trainings


Courtroom Testimony for the Forensic Science Professional

This Courtroom Testimony for the Forensic Science Professional's course is designed to instruct proper testimony techniques to forensic science professiona...


Advanced Shooting Reconstruction

This advanced five day, 40-hour course is designed for crime scene investigators, detectives, crime laboratory analysts and others in the field of forensic...