Texas Division of the International Association for Identification

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 The Texas Division of the I.A.I. was formed to:

  • Associate persons in the state of Texas, who are actively engaged in the profession of forensic identification, crime scene investigation, scientific examination and preservation of physical evidence in an organized body, so that the profession in all of its branches may be standardized and effectively and scientifically practiced.
  • Encourage the enlargement and improvement of the science of forensic identification, crime scene investigation, evidence examination and preservation. 
  • Encourage research in the science of forensic identification, crime scene investigation, evidence examination and preservation.
  • Keep its members apprised of the latest techniques and discoveries in forensic identification, crime scene investigation, evidence examination and preservation.
  • Employ the collective wisdom of the profession in order to advance the scientific techniques of forensic identification, crime scene investigation, examination and preservation.

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The TD-IAI recognizing the need for an expanded professional forensic scientific community, and the desire to remember those members who have contributed to the success of this forensic scientific community has created, and established as an integral part of the TD-IAI, the Memorial Educational Scholarship Foundation.  The purpose of the Foundation is to provide scholarships for members in good standing of the TD-IAI, who are seeking education within the forensic identification community; and to promote the advancement of forensic identification as a profession on a state wide basis.