Traveling Forensic Science Workshops

The National Law Enforcement Museum located in Washington, D.C. offers “Traveling Forensic Science Workshops” which is exactly as it is entitled. For a small fee, the museum will travel to your school and set up a multi-station forensic lab that introduces forensic science to students grades 5th through 12th.

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Snapshots of Forensic Artist Jason Harveys Art Exhibit ‘Fantasy Composites’

Forensic art is any art used in law enforcement or legal proceedings. Within this field are such skills as composite drawing, crime scene sketching, image modification and image identification, courtroom drawings, demonstrative evidence, and postmortem and facial approximation aids. A forensic artist, also commonly referred to as a sketch artist, is a graphic artist that…

The Drugs Wheel Game: A fun interesting way to categorize and learn drugs

Originally designed as a training tool, The Drug Wheel is now offered as a board game that can be used as a fun educational and informative resource for young people, adult substance users, and a range of professionals working in various fields such as drug workers, teachers and social workers.  Check out the board game…

Pardon our appearance

Forensic Nexus is taking some time to revamp the site to ensure that we are bringing you the most accurate and up to date information about the field of forensic science. Please be patient with us and stay posted for future announcements regarding out redesign and the launching of our new site. Thank you for…

Current Accredited Forensic Science Programs

The Forensic Science Education Programs Accreditation Commission (FEPAC) does a great job at updating their website with the current accredited universities that offer undergraduate and graduate programs in different disciplines of forensic science. FEPAC is an organization that assesses and accredits forensic science education programs. They ultimately determine if programs fulfill certain standards upon performing…

Fun Crime Scene Science Cheat Sheet Infographic

This fun infographic gives a quick snapshot of the different types of crime scene professionals that it takes to collectively solve a crime by summarizing some of their key concerns and uses of evidence found at a crime scene. Have fun!     Source: eLocalLawyers.com