American Forensic Association -- Educators and researchers in public advocacy.
National Association of Medical Examiners -- Physician medical examiners, medical death investigators and death investigation system administrators who perform the official duties of the medicolegal investigation of deaths of public interest in the US.
American College of Forensic Examiners -- Forensic Examiners conduct unbiased and objective evaluations, examinations and inquires.
Forensic Odontology Dentistry -- To establish, enhance, and revise standards of qualifications for forensic odontology, and to certify qualified specialists.
International Association of Forensic Toxicologists
International Association of Forensic Nurses -- An international professional organization of registered nurses formed exclusively to develop, promote, and disseminate information about the science of forensic nursing.
Forensic Expert Witness Association - A group of professionals sharing common goals related to forensics. The association offers members the opportunity to enhance their knowledge and techniques.
American Academy of Forensic Sciences - Dedicated to the application of science to the law. Membership includes physicians, criminalists, toxicologists, attorneys, dentists, physical anthropologists, document examiners, engineers, psychiatrists, educators and others who practice and perform research in forensic science.
American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors
Association of Forensic DNA Analysts and Administrators (AFDAA) is a nonprofit organization composed of professionals engaged in the forensic aspects of DNA analysis for the judicial system. Members include forensic DNA analysts, supervisors and administrators.
International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services
National Organization of Forensic Social Work -- Forensic social work is the application of social work to questions and issues relating to law and legal systems. This specialty of our profession goes far beyond clinics and psychiatric hospitals for criminal defendants being evaluated and treated on issues of competency and responsibility.
International Association for Identification - IAI forensic certification programs, training courses, and the IAI Annual Educational Conference.
International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists IACIS
Association of Firearm and Toolmark Examiners - Dedicated to the sharing of information, techniques and procedures.
Forensic Accounting - The integration of accounting, auditing and investigative skills to provide accounting analysis suitable to the courts.
National Institute of Justice on Forensic Science
American Board of Criminalistics -- Certification in criminalistics, molecular biology, drug chemistry, fire debris analysis, trace evidence - hairs and fibers and trace evidence - paints and polymers.
American Academy of Forensic Sciences -- Promotes integrity, competency, education, foster research and encourage collaboration in the forensic sciences.International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts -- Bloodstain patterns when examined by a qualified analyst can be used for reconstruction and evaluation of witness statements.
American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (AAPL) is dedicated to excellence in practice, teaching and research in forensic psychiatry.
American Board of Forensic Anthropology -- Forensic anthropology, the application of physical or biological anthropology to the legal process, focuses on the human skeleton.
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