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Letter on the Organization of Scientific Areas Committees

With this guiding principle, we believe that the Organization of Scientific Areas Committees (OSAC) must continue to take a hard look at problematic methodologies and establish uniform standards for all forensic science disciplines.

Public Comment on the National Commission on Forensic Science

NAPD encourages the Department of Justice to continue the National Commission on Forensic Science, to complete the discipline review and uniform language projects, and to support the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s role assessing the technical merit and the […]

Richard Ramirez (aka the “Night Stalker”): A Neurocriminological and Forensic Psychological Perspective

Richard Ramirez (aka the “Night Stalker”) was considered one of the most sadistic serial killers in American history. This training will examine the potential prenatal and postnatal neurobiopsychosocial factors that could have played a role in this case. Further, discussions […]

Ted Bundy: A Neurocriminological and Forensic Psychological Examination

Ted Bundy kidnapped, raped, and murdered numerous women in seven states between 1974 and 1978. His crimes were so notorious that they are still being examined today. This training will critically examine his complex and complicated life and investigate the […]

Why is this Vitally Important Forensic Science so Rarely Used by Defense Attorneys and the Legal System? w/Dr. Shameka Stewart

Today, Hunter sat down with Dr. Shameka Stewart, a juvenile forensic speech language pathologist. While speech language pathologists have long been around, Dr. Stewart is the first person to take the field and apply it to juvenile forensics. The promise […]