NJAFS is dedicated to the furtherance of the forensic sciences in the state of New Jersey. Our membership consists of practicing forensic scientists, academics, students, & associates from numerous different institutions from around the state as well as from other states within the adjoining regions. Atlantic City, NJ www.njafs.org
The C.S.D.I.A.I is a not-for-profit, professional, association dedicated to the application of the forensic sciences in the Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice communities as well as the private sector. IT's goals are to bring persons, who are actively engaged in the profession of Identification and Scientific Investigation, into an organized body so that the profession, in all of its disciplines, may be administered and practiced in an ethical and effective manner and to encourage the improvement of all disciplines of Forensic Identification and Investigation by fostering and supporting the need for original research, refinements of current methodology and professional training. Riverside, CA www.csdiai.net
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 to Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Forensics Europe Expo is your opportunity to grow your business and meet over 3,000 forensic buyers and specifiers. The success of Forensics Europe Expo 2013 has established the event as a dedicated international forum for the entire forensics sector and supply chain to meet and do business. In 2013, Forensics Europe Expo delivered over 3000 buyers and specifiers to source innovative forensic products, equipment and services, as well as providing the definitive source of education, best practice, training and networking. London, England www.forensicseuropeexpo.com
The American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors (ASCLD) is a nonprofit professional society of crime laboratory directors and forensic science managers dedicated to providing excellence in forensic science through leadership and innovation.
The Canadian Society of Forensic Science (CSFS) is a non-profit professional organization incorporated to maintain professional standards, and to promote the study and enhance the stature of forensic science.
The Association of Firearm and Tool Mark Examiners (AFTE) is the professional organization for practitioners of firearm and/or tool mark identification. AFTE was established in 1969 as a semi-offshoot of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) for the purpose of furthering the exchange of information and best practices, the development of standards, and the furtherance of research specifically in regard to this area. Seattle, WA www.afte.org
The mission of MAAFS is to encourage the exchange and dissemination of ideas and information within the fields of recognized forensic sciences through improving contacts between persons and laboratories engaged in the forensic sciences; to stimulate research and the development of new and/or improved techniques; and, to promote high standards of performance and facilitate professional acknowledgment of persons working in recognized forensic science disciplines. State College, PA www.maafs.org
The Illinois Division, International Association for Identification is a non-profit organization aligned with the International Association for Identification. The IDIAI serves to further the profession of forensic identification and scientific crime detection by promoting research, scientific techniques, and standardization through training and communication. The IDIAI is a professional organization for law enforcement, crime lab personnel, and crime scene investigators. Joliet, IL www.id-iai.org