Update on the National Commission on Forensic Science

The Department of Justice established the National Commission on Forensic Science in partnership with the National Institute of Standards and Technology to enhance the practice and improve the reliability of forensic science. Learn about the Commission in this online presentation by John Butler from the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

In the presentation, Butler provides an introduction to the NCFS, a detailed synopsis of the subcommittees and recent meetings, and possible mechanisms and considerations for adopting technology for forensic science.

Watch the presentation here. 

 
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