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Our partners

CSAFE has an extensive network of partners across the United States and around the world. Our connections allow us meaningful collaboration with scientists, educators, forensic practitioners and others in the forensics community.

Albany State University

The Department of Natural and Forensic Sciences at Albany State University aims to educate undergraduates in forensic science and develop their skills in programming, data analysis, real-time instrument control and project planning.

Defense Forensic Science Center

This center provides full-service forensic support to Army and DoD entities worldwide, provides specialized forensic training and research, and gives support to other federal departments and agencies when needed.

Eastern New Mexico University

The Forensic Science department at Eastern New Mexico University emphasizes forensic biology, forensic chemistry and forensic anthropology and brings theoretical and practical experience to its classrooms.

Fayettesville State University

The Forensic Science department at Fayettesville State University engages students in the application of scientific principles and the evaluation of evidence.

Netherlands Forensic Institute

The NFI is one of the world’s leading forensic science laboratories. Its scientists and researchers provide products and services internationally.

Omni Analytics Innovative Technologies Initiative (OAITI)

OAITI supports CSAFE researchers with forensic statistics expertise, benchmarking, and algorithm optimization, while also providing general statistical training and consulting services.

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is a leading research university that promotes multi-disciplinary collaborations in Israel and abroad and bridges academic research and its implementation in society and industry.

Story County Sheriff’s Office

The Story County Sheriff’s Office ensures public safety through the implementation of professional and proactive law enforcement services.

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