Appendix C. List of Organizations

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Appendix C. List of Organizations

The following is a list of organizations to which a draft copy of this document was mailed.

Accomack County, Virginia, Sheriff's Office

Alaska Crime Laboratory

Alaska State Troopers

Albuquerque Police Department

American Academy of Forensic Sciences

American Bar Association

American Correctional Association

American Jail Association

American Prosecutors Research Institute

American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors

American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers

Arapahoe County, Colorado, Sheriff's Office

Armed Forces Institute of Pathology

Association of Federal Defense Attorneys

Baltimore Police Department, Laboratory Division

Bridgeport Forensic Laboratory

Bristol, Virginia, Police Department

Brownsville, Texas, Police Department

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms

California Department of Justice, Bureau of Forensic Services

Cameron County, Texas, Sheriff's Office

Campaign for Effective Crime Policy

Chicago Police Department

Children's Defense Fund

Cleveland State College Basic Police Academy

Commission of Accreditation for Law

Enforcement Agencies

Conference of State Court Administrators

Connecticut State Police Forensic Laboratory

Council of State Governments

Crime Scene Academy

Criminal Justice Institute

Dade County, Florida, Medical Examiner's Office

Davidson County, Iowa, Office of the Attorney General

Donna, Texas, Police Department

Drug Enforcement Administration

Edinburg, Texas, Police Department

Fairbanks, Alaska, Police Department

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Federal Law Enforcement Training Center

Florida Department of Law Enforcement

Harlingen, Texas, Police Department

Hidalgo County, Texas, Sheriff's Office

Illinois State Police

Indiana State Police Laboratory

Institute for Genomic Research

Institute of Police Technology and Management

International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators

International Association of Chiefs of Police

International Association for Identification

International City/County Management Association

International Homicide Investigators Association

Iowa County Attorneys Association

Juneau, Alaska, Police Department

Kent County, Michigan, Sheriff's Office

Laredo, Texas, Police Department

Law Enforcement Training Institute

Maine State Police Crime Laboratory

Massachusetts State Police Crime Laboratory

McAllen, Texas, Police Department

Metro Nashville Police Department

Michigan Department of State Police

Mission, Texas, Police Department

Nashville, Tennessee, District Attorney's Office

National Association of Attorneys General

National Association of Black Women Attorneys

National Association of Counties

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

National Association of Drug Court Professionals

National Association of Police Organizations

National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors

National Association of Women Judges

National Center for Forensic Science

National Center for State Courts

National Clearinghouse for Child Abuse

National Commission on the Future of DNA Evidence

National Conference of State Legislators

National Council on Crime and Delinquency

National Crime Prevention Council

National Criminal Justice Association

National District Attorneys Association

National Governors' Association

National Law Enforcement Council

National League of Cities

National Legal Aid & Defender Association

National Organization for Victim Assistance

National Sheriffs' Association

National Victim Center

New Hampshire State Police Forensic Laboratory

New Jersey State Police

New York State Police

Oneida County, New York, Sheriff's Office

Orange County, California, Sheriff's

Department-Forensic Science Services

Orange County, New York, Community College-Department of Criminal Justice

Peace Officer Standards and Training

Pharr, Texas, Police Department

Police Association

Police Executive Research Forum

Police Foundation

Rhode Island State Crime Laboratory

Rockland County, New York, District Attorneys Office

San Diego, California, Police Department

The Sentencing Project

Sitka, Alaska, Police Department

Suffolk County, New York, Crime Laboratory

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation

Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy

Texas Rangers Department of Public Safety

Town of Goshen, New York, Police Department

University of Texas-Pan American Police Department

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