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Chief, Stakeholder Relations
ASTM Committee E54 on Homeland Security Applications
Communications Systems, and Kathleen M. Higgins, Director of OLES.
The work resulting in this guide was sponsored by the National Institute of Kathleen Higgins
This test protocol was formulated by the Office of Law Enforcement Standards (OLES) of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) under the direction of Alim A. Fatah, Program Manager, Chemical Systems and Materials, and Kathleen M. Higgins, Director of OLES.
and Technology (NIST) under the direction of Kathleen M. Higgins, Director of OLES.
he work resulting from this report was sponsored by the
This report was prepared with the assistance of the Office of Law Enforcement Standards (OLES) of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) under the direction of Alim A. Fatah, Program Manager for Chemical Systems and Materials, and Kathleen M. Higgins, Director of OLES.Under Dr. Rau's direction and through the leadership of Kathleen Higgins, Director, Office of Law Enforcement Standards (OLES), this project was funded by the National Institute of Standards and Technology/OLES.Additionally, they provided support and direction throughout the development of this document.The document, Forensic Laboratories : Handbook for Facility Planning, Design, Construction, and Moving, is the product of a 2-day seminar where 23 professionals met, divided into four groups, and created this handbook.The handbook is not a standard but a resource for those faced with building a new facility or the redesign of an existing facility.Each group had its own style, so each section has its own unique format.It is our hope that this document will help laboratory managers maximize organizational efficiency, ensure the economical expenditure of resources, and develop a safe, secure, and well-designed facility.We hope that the resulting facilities will provide adequate space for forensic scientists to perform their very important tasks today and will include adaptability for tomorrow as technologies change.Dr. Richard Rau National Institute of Justice Office of Science and Technology Dr. Dennis Reeder NIST/Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory Biotechnology Division Earl Roberts FBI Laboratory Dr. Carl M. Selavka New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services Office of Forensic Services Michael R. Somin Earl Walls Associates San Diego, California Rich Tanton * Palm Beach Sheriff's Department Crime Laboratory Dr. Victor W. Weedn Department of Defense DNA Registry Carrie Whitcomb * U.S. Postal Inspection Service Crime Laboratory Joseph Wichmann Illinois State Police Joliet Forensic Science Laboratory Dan Wierec Walsh Construction Dr. Richard Wilk New York City Police Laboratory * --Past President, ASCLD * * --President-elect, ASCLD ------------------------------- Executive Summary The measure of a forensic laboratory's success is how well it meets the current and future needs of the occupants.
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