Isn't it funny that bios are always in the 3rd person? Steve Scarborough is a Forensic Scientist with over 30 years experience in Law Enforcement with Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (yes, home of CSI) and the FBI.He has a B.S. degree in Police Science and has testified in court and presented scientific evidence in almost 300 cases. Steve has given lectures and/or presentations at IAI, SCAFO, NVIAI and other law enforcement conferences on AFIS Workflow & Design, Digital Imaging, Photographic Documentation, the PEPCON (Las Vegas) explosion ,The Daubert Card and Fingerprint Science.
He has written almost 30 articles appearing in numerous publications including; The IAI Journal of Forensic Identification, Law Enforcement Technology, Forensic Magazine, Silver State Journal of Identification, The Print (SCAFO), California Identification Digest, Evidentiary Science & Technology News, Cal Assoc. of Criminalists News and is a regular contributor to the CLPEX website(see article archives). His articles have been mentioned in annotations and citations in several publications, including the Journal of Forensic Science and the Journal of Criminal Law and some of his articles can be found at the British Library Direct and JUSTNET, (Justice Technology Info Network) and National Criminal Justice Ref. Service (NCJRS).
Steve has been recognized in the Scientific Sleuthing Review, and on the Science & Law Blog, referenced in lectures and writings by Simon Cole (I snipe back at him in mine too) and other "skeptics" of Fingerprint Science. He has been recognized for his contribution to Forensic Digital Imaging by INTERPOL in Review Papers at the 14th International Forensic Science Symposium in Lyon, France. Steve appreciates the value of humor and has written two books, including "The Hired Defense Witness Joke Book" and "Not Tonight Dear I have a Computer." His Introduction to Fingerprint Science class is P.O.S.T certified. Among Steve's accomplishments are bringing Digital Imaging to his Department, developing a web-based digital image viewer and devising an innovative (one-of-a-kind) workflow for an advanced AFIS system design and advocating the advance of comparative analysis by promoting On-Screen Comparisons. He is a member of the Public Safety Writers Association.
Forensic Magazine, Film to Digital Conversion for Law Enforcement, September 2010
Evidence Technology, RAW Images and Law Enforcement, September 2010
Getting the Forensic Facts Right, The Writer & The Writer's Handbook
Infallible, The Print & (Lecture at SCAFO) When Burglary Hits Home, USA Today When Stopped by the Police, Home Mechanix Film to Digital, Forensic Magazine Advantages of a Scientific Digital Camera, Law EnforcementTechnology & The Print Image Management, Law Enforcement Technology AFIS looks at Partial Prints, Law Enforcement Technology Question list for the Courtroom, Journal of Forensic Identification Mobile AFIS, Law Enforcement Technology Advanced AFIS Workflow, Journal of Forensic Identification Digital Enhancement of Latent Prints, Journal of Forensic Identification with Alex Dziemieszko Fingerprint Processing with a Digital Brush, Silver State Journal of Forensic Identification with Alex Dziemieszko What is AFIS Anyway?, Evidentiary Science & Technology News Contemporary Fingerprint Research, The Detail (CLPEX) The Daubert Card, The Detail (CLPEX) with Raymond York Ninhyrin Processing, Journal of Forensic Identification The Hired Defense Witness Handbook, University Editions Press Not Tonight Dear, I have a Computer, CCC Publications Press