The Forensic Science Institute of Ohio
The Forensic Science Institute of Ohio (FSIO) was incorporated on
August 18, 1992, by a group of Ohio Crime Laboratory Directors and
educators to promote education and research in the forensic sciences.
FSIO is a non-profit organization. None of its officers receive
monetary compensation for their efforts.
Purposes of the Institute
The purposes of this Institute shall be to promote education and research in the forensic sciences:
- To provide continuing education for the Ohio Crime Laboratory Personnel.
- To provide standards of courses of study for undergraduate students leading to forensic science careers.
- To promote the development of graduate education programs leading to degrees in forensic science.
- To encourage the
closer cooperation and interchange of ideas among the members of the
law enforcement community with regard to the use of scientific
methods for the prevention, detection, and solution of crime.
Mass Spectral Interpretation Course
Presented by the Forensic Institute of Ohio
Instructor: Jason Nawyn, US Army DFSC
Date: Thursday, July 28th 2016
Location: Ohio Fire Academy, 8895 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
Cost: $25 per person (Lunch Included) made payable to Forensic Science Institute of Ohio
RSVP to: Brandon Werry (firstname.lastname@example.org) by July 14