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Professional society dedicated to the application of science to the law and committed to the promotion of education in the forensic sciences.
http://www.aafs.org/
Working to establish and revise as necessary, standards of qualification for those who practice forensic toxicology.
http://www.abft.org/
Dedicated to members of the forensic community. Also provides links to help people find expert witnesses in the forensic field.
http://www.acfe.com/
Nonprofit professional society devoted to the improvement of crime laboratory operations through sound management practices.
http://www.ascld.org/
Online references, technical notes on handwriting identification and other areas of professional interest to the forensic document analyst.
http://www.asqde.org/
Offers the general public and users of laboratory services a means of identifying those laboratories which have demonstrated that they meet established standards.
http://www.ascld-lab.org/
Members are law enforcement investigators, forensic experts, and educators.
http://www.acsr.com/
Defines standards and ethics for individual workers in the field of firearms and toolmark examination.
http://www.afte.org/
Membership is offered to those who are presently employed as laboratory scientists and are professionally engaged in one or more fields directly related to the forensic sciences.
http://www.cacnews.org/
Includes journal abstracts, history, and meeting information.
http://www.csfs.ca/
Created in May 2002, in Rosny sous Bois, France, to promote forensic entomology in Europe.
http://www.eafe.org/
The forensic science sevices.
http://www.forensic.gov.uk/
Provides information on careers, conferences, and publications.
http://www.forensic-science-society.org.uk/
Organization of forensic experts promoting education, establishing training standards, and encouraging research in the field of bloodstain pattern analysis.
http://www.iabpa.org/
Nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting crime scene personnel.
http://www.icsia.com/