The UNO School of Criminology and Criminal Justice presents a panel discussion highlighting:
Forensic Science Careers
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
If you’re intrigued with forensic science and wondering if it’s the career for you, you’ll want to link into this zoom presentation. Sharing information about their career paths and what their day-to-day jobs entail, Justin Aumann and Josh Connelly will be providing insights and answering questions.
Mr. Justin Aumann currently serves as the Forensic Services Director over Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) Forensic Services Bureau. He holds both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Criminal Justice. He is currently certified as a Senior Crime Scene Analyst through the International Association for Identification and as a Crime Scene Investigator through the National Forensics Academy. He is a graduate of the National Forensics Academy’s 50th Session and the West Virginia University’s Forensic Management Academy. He is a member of the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors (ASCLD), Midwestern Association of Forensic Scientists (MAFS), Association of Forensic Quality Assurance Managers (AFQAM), and the International Association for Identification (IAI).
Mr. Josh Connelly works for the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Forensic Services Bureau as a Latent Print Examiner and Technical Lead. He has worked for the DCSO since 2004. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biological science and a master’s degree in forensic sciences. Josh has received more than 1,000 hours of formalized training in the identification, collection, comparison, and examination of evidence, including latent fingerprints, and the use of AFIS and NGI, the FBI’s national fingerprint database. Josh has testified in Douglas County District Court as a fingerprint expert and as a crime scene investigator.
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