Crime Scene Response Guidelines — Acknowledgements

State of California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training Forensic Telecourse Development Committee Members:

  • Rod Andrus, Senior Criminalist, California Department of Justice/Fresno Laboratory
  • Jim Bailey, Senior Criminalist, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
  • Mike Carleton, Deputy District Attorney, Office of the District Attorney/San Diego County
  • Jerry Chisum, Supervising Criminalist, Department of Justice/Sacramento Laboratory
  • Greg Matheson, Supervising Criminalist, Los Angeles Police Department Crime Lab
  • Craig Ogino, Criminalist, San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department
  • Stephen Ojena, Criminalist, Contra Costa County Sheriff's Crime Laboratory
  • Victor Reeve, Managing Criminalist, California Criminalistics Institute
  • Ed Rhodes, Criminalist, San Diego Police Department Forensic Science Services
  • Theresa Spear, Chief Criminalist, Santa Clara County Crime Laboratory
  • Tony Sprague, Crime Laboratory Director, Alameda County Sheriff's Department Crime Laboratory
  • Faye Springer, Senior Criminalist, Department of Justice/Sacramento Laboratory
  • Fred Tulleners, Criminalist Supervisor, California Criminalistics Institute
  • Sandy Wiersema, Criminalist, San Diego Police Department Forensic Science Services

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All of the agencies that allowed their forensic experts to serve on the development committee. All of the committee members who helped assemble this workbook, especially Theresa Spear and Ed Rhodes. The San Diego Police Department Crime Laboratory and the Coronado Police Department.

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