The American Academy of Forensic Sciences is an organization whose membership consists of physicians, lawyers, science technicians, and other medical professionals who work in the forensic sciences. This Web site provides visitors with career information, helpful links to other forensic–related Web sites, and a forum for young people interested in forensic science.
The American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants features basic information about the work of legal nurse consultants.
The American Board of Forensic Document Examiners is the certifying body for forensic document examination. On this page, readers will find a list of frequently asked questions about forensic document examination.
The American Board of Forensic Odontology offers voluntary forensic odontology certifications under the auspices of the National Institute of Justice.
The American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators, Inc. offers voluntary certification programs to medicolegal death investigators, under the auspices of the National Institute of Justice. The Web site has a frequently–asked–questions section that provides information about medicolegal death investigation.
The American College of Legal Medicine is an organization of healthcare and legal professionals, which offers educational materials to the medicolegal community and promotes research in legal medicine.
The Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team (Equipo Argentino de Antropología Forense, EAAF) is a non-governmental, nonprofit, scientific organization that applies forensic sciences - mainly forensic anthropology and archaeology- to the investigation of human rights violations in Argentina and worldwide.
The Association for Crime Scene Reconstruction members are law enforcement investigators, forensic experts, and teachers.
The Australian College of Legal Medicine provides a network for doctors and dentists who have completed dual qualifications in law and medicine or dentistry, or whose areas of practice are impacted by legal matters.
The Canadian Society of Forensic Science provides resources for forensic professionals in and outside of Canada.
The Forensic Science Society is a UK-based association for forensic professionals as well as individuals interested in forensics. This Web site offers rudimentary information for forensic science novices, and specialized information for forensic science experts and professionals.
The Forensic Specialties Accreditation Board is a professional oversight organization that offers voluntary certification programs to credentialing bodies for various forensic specialties. This Web site contains links to all of its participating accreditation boards' homepages.
The International Association for Identification provides a global meeting place for forensic professionals around the world, and offers training and education opportunities.
The International Association of Forensic Nurses is an international organization of nurses who specialize in forensic medicine.
The International Crime Scene Investigators Association is an Internet-based, global organization of professionals involved in crime scene processing.
The International Homicide Investigators Association promotes global information exchange and discussion amongst homicide investigators.
The International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts promotes research and standardization of terminology in bloodstain pattern analysis. This Web site offers an introductory description of bloodstain pattern analysis.
The Joint Pathology Center is a tri-service agency of the Department of Defense specializing in pathology consultation, education, and research. This Web site offers a wealth of health and pathology information.
The Medico-Legal Society is a UK-based organization that promotes information dissemination amongst medicolegal professionals by holding semi-annual meetings. The Society's Web site posts articles on medicolegal topics and provides links to medicolegal Web sites.
The National Center for Forensic Science is a National Institute of Justice program hosted by the University of Central Florida. The Center conducts research and offers courses in forensic science, and its Web site contains information pages on various forms of evidence, reference databases including information on flammable substances, and links to other forensic Web pages.
The National Association of Medical Examiners is an organization of death investigators, medical examiners, and death investigation system administrators; and aims to improve death investigation by publishing performance standards and providing a national forum for medical examiners to network and collaborate. The Web site provides tutorials in various forensic science topics and links to other online forensic resources.
The National Museum of Health and Medicine was established during the Civil War as the Army Medical Museum, a center for the collection of specimens for research in military medicine and surgery. The museum holds an annual forensic anthropology course providing an overview of the practice of forensic anthropology, which is concerned with the scientific recovery, analysis and identification of human remains in the medicolegal context..
The Southern California Association of Fingerprint Officers is a non-profit organization comprised of fingerprint identification professionals. Its Web site features articles on fingerprint identification and links to the Web pages of law enforcement agencies in Southern California.
The Southwestern Association of Forensic Scientists is an organization of forensic professionals based in the Southwest. This Web site contains an extensive list of links to Web pages that feature information on forensics.
The Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine is an organization of forensic pathologists in Victoria, Australia. The Institute conducts research in the forensic sciences, makes provisions for the practice of forensic pathology in Victoria, and provides undergraduate and graduate training for prospective forensic pathologists.