International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts (IABPA)
The Association contains approximately 950 active members. These members are from the U.S., Canada, Guam, Taiwan, New Zealand, Barbados, Columbia, South America, Sweden, England, Finland and Australia.
Charter member, November 1983.
Editor of the International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts News, 1986 to 1989, published quarterly.
Secretary/Treasurer, International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts January 1990 to 2017.
Distinguished member, November 1996
The Vidocq Society
Vidocq Society Membership is a rare privilege.
The right to wear the unique red, white and blue Vidocq Society rosette has been bestowed upon fewer than 150 men and women. We receive many inquiries from individuals wishing to join The Vidocq Society. We understand the interest shown by men and women in and out of law enforcement, but our ethnically diverse, non-profit organization's membership rolls are closed.
When a Vidocq Society position becomes vacant, the process leading to membership is neither automatic nor open to members of the public. New Vidocq Society Members must be sponsored by existing members. In addition, prospective new members come from a pool of men and women who have already volunteered forensic skills that Vidocq has used to advance one of its investigations.
International Association for Identification (National).
Life Active Member
Information is exchanged locally and nationally relating to the field of criminal identification.
Association of Crime Scene Reconstruction
The exchange of information and procedures of crime scene reconstruction.
Participant FBI Scientific Working Group Bloodstain Pattern Analysis