Det. Anthony Mangione (Ret.)

Anthony Mangione is a retired Detective and former senior crime scene investigator with the Hamilton Police Division in Mercer County, New Jersey, with over 25 years of experience in the processing and examination of crimes scenes and forensic evidence.  During his career, Anthony has processed and reconstructed countless crime scenes involving all types of crimes ranging from criminal mischief to homicide.  Anthony has served in various positions within the division, giving him an expansive base of training and experience.  Anthony was responsible for the training of the division's crime scene technicians and contributed to the development of standard operating procedures relating to crime scene investigation, physical evidence management and the workflow and management of digital evidence.  Anthony was also responsible for the design, development and implementation of the Hamilton Police Division Crime Laboratory as well as the design and acquisition of the division's Mobile Crime Lab. 

Anthony has received over 1800 hours of training relating to Crime Scene Investigation and Forensics.  He has trained with forensic professionals from across North America and internationally.  Anthony is a recognized instructor in the field of crime scene investigation, having instructed police officers, detectives, crime scene investigators, forensic scientists, legal and medical professionals, and forensic science students on multiple forensic topics.  Anthony was a founding faculty member of the Northeast Crime Scene Institute in Somerset County, NJ having served as Chairman of the Education Committee, Staff Instructor and Program Coordinator.  

Throughout his entire career, Anthony has been committed to his own personal development, as well as his passion for the training of others in the field of crime scene investigation and reconstruction, bloodstain pattern analysis and forensic photography.  Anthony has made numerous contributions to his field of expertise in the development of training programs and performance evaluations and assessments in the field and in the laboratory, and current methods of practice and standard operating guidelines within the field of crime scene investigation.  Anthony considers his teaching experience to be just as beneficial to his learning experience as his own training.

Anthony has been a member of the IABPA since 2002 and has previously served as Eastern Regional Vice-President (Region IV) of the IABPA, Sergeant-At-Arms, and also served on the IABPA Certification Research Committee and the IABPA’s Ad-Hoc SWGSTAIN Document Review Committee.  Anthony is a member of the International Association for Identification and is also a Life Member of the New Jersey State Division of the IAI, having previously served on the NJIAI Executive Board.  Anthony is a member of the Association for Crime Scene Reconstruction where he currently serves on the Board of Directors.  Anthony is also an associate member of the New Jersey Association of Forensic Scientists.

Currently, Anthony is the Chief Forensic Analyst at DELTA Forensics, LLC in Hamilton, New Jersey, offering consultation, training and services in crime scene investigation/reconstruction and evidence examination, with specialization in the examination of shooting scenes and scenes of violent bloodshed - as well as fingerprint examination and forensic photography.  Anthony also offers criminal and civil case review and expert testimony.

Lt. Barry Jansen (Ret.)

Barry Jansen is a retired detective Lieutenant with over 38 years in law enforcement, and at least 30 of which were in crime scene/arson investigations and evidence processing. Barry is a Certified latent Print Examiner (IAI) and court recognized expert in latent print comparison and crime scene processing, testifying numerous times in Superior Court. Barry retired in 2010 as Commander of the Somerset County Forensic Laboratory, the Somerset County Crime Scene Unit, the Somerset County Dive-Rescue Team, and Deputy Commander of the Somerset County Arson Task Force. After retirement Barry continued to serve as a forensic technician till 2018 and now continues to teach and provide consultation in the areas of latent print analysis and crime scene investigations.

Inv. Tara Briley

As the Chief Medico-Legal Death Investigator Inv. Briley is the supervisor of Investigations at the Middlesex Regional Medical Examiner’s Office, serving Middlesex, Monmouth and Mercer Counties. She has held her position with Middlesex County for 12 years. Inv. Briley holds a Bachelor’s degree in Bio-Medical Health Science/Criminal Justice and a Master’s degree in Forensic Medicine. She is a registered diplomat for the American Board of Medico-Legal Death Investigators (ABMDI) and has completed advanced training in the field of Forensic Entomology. Additional training includes, but is not limited to; bloodstain pattern analysis, Radiological Weapons of Mass Destruction and child fatalities. She is a member of the Sudden Child Death Autopsy Protocol Committee and has spent hundreds of hours educating law enforcement officials, medical students and physicians about Death Investigation, Crime Scene Investigation and Forensic Entomology.

Dr. Ernest Rogers DVM, PhD

Fellow American Academy of Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology

Diplomate American Board of Forensic Medicine

Dr. Rogers is a Certified Criminal Investigator and Certified Level V Medical Investigator. He is currently President and Chief Forensic Officer for Animal Forensic Investigations LLC and is responsible for all forensic investigations for crimes agains animals, forensic medical examinations and medico-legal reports, as well as all expert witness testimony. In addition to his extensive work in New Jersey, Dr. Rogers has been called upon to testified as a topic expert in New York and Virginia.

Dr. Rogers has been highlighted on public media, such as CBS News (New York), WABC News (New York)-New Jersey News, News 12 TV (New Jersey) among others, and has contributed to many scientific papers, book chapters, lectures, and has recently co-edited the book Veterinary Forensics: Investigation, evidence Collection and Expert Witness Testimony, Taylor & Francis Publishers.

Dr. Rogers is actively licensed in New Jersey and Michigan for Practice of Veterinary Medicine as well as Accredited Veterinarian by USDA-NJ, and holds certificates by NJ-DEA/CDS. Furthermore, Dr. Rogers remains active in a variety of organizations that include American veterinary Medical Association, American Academy of Pharmacology and Toxicology, NJ-Veterinary Medical Association, NJ- Association of Forensic Scientists, American College of Forensic Examiners International, and the International Association for Identification.

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Erin Rubas

Erin Rubas has experience as a county detective in New Jersey with special assignments to the Homicide and Arson Units, but also has prior experience working for local municipal police departments. Erin holds a degree in Criminal Justice and has hundreds of hours of training in the specialties of Latent Print Analysis,  and Crime Scene/Arson Investigations. In fact, she has distinguished her career as the recipient of an Exceptional Police Service Award, which resulted from a solved double homicide due to a latent fingerprint and then, along with further investigative action, led to the suspect's connection to three additional unsolved homicides. Erin Rubas excelled as a certified police instructor and enjoys passing her many years of experience and knowledge to her fellow practitioners.

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Inv. Selma Delic 
Selma Delić began her career as a Medicolegal Death Investigator at the State of New Jersey Regional Medical Examiner’s Office, and later transferred to her current position at the Middlesex Regional Office. She is one of two practitioners in New Jersey who specializes in post-mortem identification facilitated by advanced fingerprinting. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Kean University, and is currently in the final stages of earning a Master’s in Forensic Sciences in Crime Scene Investigation at The George Washington University. She is a member of the Phi Kappa Phi honor society, and is an active presenter in the forensic sciences community as a member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and the International Association for Identification.


Inv. Bree Curran  ​is a Crime Scene Technician at the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office for the past 6 years and was previously employed as a Medicolegal Death Investigator for the Middlesex County Medical Examiner’s Office for 8 years.  Prior to working for the Middlesex County Medical Examiner’s Office, Bree interned with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service and worked as an Investigative Assistant for the Arlington County Police Department Homicide/Robbery Division. Bree holds a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from Boston College and a Masters Degree in Forensic Science from George Washington University. Bree specializes in Crime Scene Processing and Latent Fingerprint Processing, Analysis, and Comparison.  Bree is a Superior Court recognized topic expert for the Development, Identification, Analysis, and Comparison of Fingerprints and in Crime Scene Investigation.  She is an active member of the IAI and is currently serving as the 4th Vice President for the New Jersey Division of the IAI.

Fellow American Academy of Forensic Sciences
Diplomate American Board of Forensic Odontology

DR. LAWRENCE DOBRIN is the Chief Forensic Dentist for the five boroughs of New York City, Office of Chief Medical Examiner. He is a forensic dental consultant to the Regional Medical Examiner of the State of New Jersey; and to the Union County, NJ, Medical Examiner. He is the forensic dentist for the County of Rockland, NY, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, and a consultant for the Philadelphia Medical Examiner. Dr. Dobrin is also a member of the Federal Disaster Mortuary Response Team-Region 2, and the Forensic Dental Director of the Regional Mass Fatality Response System. He has been involved in the identification of victims of disaster events since 1990, including both World Trade Center Disasters, flights US Air 405 and American Airlines 587, Hurricane Katrina 2005, Hurricane Sandy 2012, Hurricane Maria 2107, and other incidents in the NJ/NY region. 

Dr. Dobrin is an Associate Professor at Rutgers School of Dental Medicine, Dept. of Pediatric Dentistry. He provides courtroom testimony as an expert in child abuse cases and in forensic odontology. He is the Director of Dental Operations on the Medical Examiner Special Operations Response Team for NYC. Dr. Dobrin is an Honorary Police Surgeon for the NYPD since 2001.  He maintains a private dental practice in Roselle Park, NJ.












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Dr. Kevin Parmelee, PhD

Dr. Parmelee is a Certified Crime Scene Analyst (IAI), Certified Forensic Photographer (IAI), and Certified Latent Print Examiner (IAI) with over 19 years of law enforcement experience. As an active detective Dr. Parmelee specializes in Crime Scene/Arson Investigations, Latent Print Analysis, Footwear Analysis, Forensic Photography, and Bloodstain Pattern Analysis. He is a Superior Court recognized topic expert for Crime Scene Investigation, Latent Print Development and Analysis as well as Origin and Cause determination for Arson Investigations. Dr. Parmelee routinely teaches college courses and has taught professional development courses on forensic science topics across the United States. As an active member of organizations such as IAI, AAFS, and IABPA he has lectured and made presentations on a variety of forensic related topics. Dr. Parmelee is currently President of the New Jersey Division of IAI, where he has also held positions as 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Vice-President, Regional Representative, and Editor of the organization's newsletter. Dr. Parmelee has also been published in the Journal of Forensic Identification, The Criminalist, and has contributed a chapter titled Crime Scene Investigation, in Veterinary Forensics: Investigation, Evidence Collection, and Expert Testimony, CRC Press. He has also contributed to chapter 8 PKU Cards Retain Overlooked DNA, in Cold Case Research Resources for Unidentified, Missing, and Cold Homicide Cases, CRC Press. Most recently, his article Crime Scene Videography Revisited has been published on Crime Scene Investigator Network's website. Dr. Parmelee is an active member of the National Institute of Standards and Technology's OSAC sub-committee for Crime Scene Investigation. He is also on the New Jersey Institute of Technology's Professional Advisory Board for the first forensic science undergraduate program in the state.