BLOODSTAIN PATTERN ANALYSIS
CLANDESTINE GRAVE EXCAVATION
CRIME SCENE ANALYSIS/RECONSTRUCTION
CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION (Advanced and Basic)
CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION CERTIFICATION PREP COURSE
CRIME SCENE UNIT MANAGEMENT
FORENSICS FOR ATTORNEYS
FORENSIC PHOTOGRAPHY CERTIFICATION PREP COURSE
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Dr. Parmelee is a Certified Crime Scene Analyst (IAI), Certified Forensic Photographer (IAI), and Certified Latent Print Examiner (IAI) with over 23 years of law enforcement experience. As a retired detective Dr. Parmelee specialized 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. Also, 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.