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Importance of Forensic Palynology in Criminal Investigation

July 18, 2020
Forensic Palynology is the analysis of different types of pollen grains and spores in the legal context. These spores and Pollen i...

COVID-19 in staff puts Houston Forensic Science Center ‘precariously close’ to limiting crime scene responses

July 17, 2020
With more than 10 percent of its workforce out because of COVID-19, the Houston Forensic Science Center is dangerously close to ha...

Behind the scenes at the FBI’s gruesome forensics laboratory

July 10, 2020
The FBI is renowned for pioneering forensic techniques. Photographer Max Aguilera-Hellweg captures the scenes behind the science

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 joe.cruz.trevino@gmail.com 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 June 2020 

Upcoming Events & Trainings

Aug
03

Crime Scene Reconstruction

Designed for experienced investigators and crime scene technicians, this advanced course teaches the use of scientific methods, evidence analysis and deduc...

Aug
19

Advanced Forensic Photography

This course, completely updated in 2020, will teach you how to photographically document visually observable evidence when conditions or situations are les...