Consulting Committee

The Consulting Committee is made up of the absolute best investigators, professionals and educators within the criminal justice field. All members bring their unique skill set to their review of the cold case. From former and current FBI criminal profilers to former cold case detectives and everything in between, AISOCC has the best. To be a Consulting Member you must meet some very high standards, to which these members have.

The Consulting Committee is broken down into six subcommittees, AcademiaBehavioral ScienceForensic Science,InvestigativeLegal and Medicolegal. The Consulting Committee is overseen by the Consulting Committee Chair. The Consulting Member is researched, selected then appointed by the President to their appropriate subcommittee. If the Board of Directors does not feel they meet the requirements or they cannot contribute to solving a cold case they will not be accepted. The following Committee Members are the best in the world and you can view their bio's by clicking their subcommittee.

Academia

Qualifications - Member may possess degree or no degree, AA, BS/BA, MS/MA, PhD, etc., or any other degree whose contributions are important to the overall process of cold case investigation, such as but not limited to: journalism, accounting, history, literature, research, etc., but who are not practitioners in the criminal justice field.

Behavioral Science

Qualifications - Member must possess a MS/MA, PhD, PsyD, in a behavioral, social, and/or physical science whose education, training, and experience is centered on behavioral science, such as but not limited to: sociology, public safety, criminology, criminal justice, psychology, psychiatry, etc. with supporting con-ed courses in specialized area(s), published research, and/or behaviorally-based expert witness testimony regarding crime scene investigation (physical/behavioral evidence) and/or reconstruction.

Medicolegal

Qualifications - Member may possess a degree or no degree and/or certified AMBDI, BA/BS, MS/MA, PhD, MD, in a medical-related field whose education, training, and experience is centered on medically-related fields and subfields, such as but not limited to pathology, medicolegal death investigation, anthropology, etc. with supporting con-ed courses in specialized area(s), published research, and/or medicolegal-based expert witness testimony.

Investigative

Qualifications - Members can be Sworn or Non-Sworn, degree and/or Certification or no degree, BS/BA, MS/MA, PhD/PsyD whose education, training, and experience is centered on criminal justice, policing, police administration, patrol, homicide investigation, narcotics, sex crimes, special victims, gangs, property crime, polygraph, etc. who may have con-ed courses in specialized area(s), published research of limited scope (i.e., case studies, etc.), but not research-design-based research.

Legal

Qualifications - Members must possess a Juris Doctorate (i.e., JD) or legally specialized degree whose education, training, and experience is centered on prosecution, legal studies, legal research, etc.; may have con-ed courses in specialized area and published research.

Forensic Science

Qualifications - Members must possess either a BS/BA, MS/MA, PhD in a physical science and/or social science whose education, training, and experience is centered on forensic science, such as but not limited to serology, ballistics, reconstruction, computer science,impression/fingerprints, documents, arson, entomology, archeology (i.e., buried body recovery), etc. with supporting con-ed courses in specialized area(s),published research and/or physically-scientific expert witness testimony regarding crime scene investigation, physical evidence, and/or crime scene reconstruction.