Become A Forensic Genetic Genealogist (TM) With Our Certificate Program

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Make A Difference In Someone's Life Story!

Congratulations on your decision to learn or improve your skills in Genetic Genealogy and become a designated Forensic Genetic Genealogist (TM). With the advances in DNA, there are many opportunities to learn and give back. 

We are experiencing an unprecedented need in law enforcement for Forensic Genetic Genealogy to locate unknown suspects (UNSUBS) or identify deceased persons and unidentified human remains (UHR). 

Too, we are also in need of Forensic Genetic Genealogists for Biological Family searches, such in the cases of NPE Father searches(Not/Non Parent Expected) and Adoption (Adoptees) looking for their birth mother, birth father or other biological relatives and DNA family.

We created the Forensic Genetic Genealogist Certificate program to recognize, acknowledge, and identify the best professional genetic genealogists. These professionals display the “best practices” in genetic genealogy /forensic genetic genealogy by meeting established standards, being highly recommended by other professionals and by maintaining their genetic genealogy acumen by completing continuing professional education course work on a prescribed annual basis. 

This program is open to anyone who wishes to practice as a genetic genealogist at the Forensic Genetic Genealogist level. This may include our police officers, peace officers, sheriff's deputies, law enforcement analysts, and crime lab personnel for the law enforcement function and also our civilians who wish to pursue support positions assisting police agencies or those who wish to help our ever growing population who have received DNA results and are seeking biological family such as father, mother, siblings or other relatives. It also may include academic instructors, private trainers, and others interested in improving law enforcement training and individual genetic genealogy skill sets.

 

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