Episode Seventy-Six | Just the Soul of the Profession
Just the Soul of the Profession
The Forensic Advancement season of Just Science will focus on many areas that challenge forensic leadership within the community. The majority of these interviews were recorded at the 2018 ASCLD Annual Symposium in Atlanta, Georgia. In episode one of the forensic advancement season, Just Science interviews John Collins an instructor and consultant from Critical Victories, and Jay Henry from the laboratory director at the Utah Department of public safety. Listen along as our guests discuss how crime labs can create environments that are more appealing to the younger generation of professionals and what challenges directors are having with retention. Stay tuned to find out about the delicate balance of casework completion and retention strategies.
This episode of Just Science is funded by the National Institute of Justice’s Forensic Technology Center of Excellence [Award 2016-MU-BX-K110].
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John Collins is an HR consultant, coach, writer, and speaker specializing in the development of forensic science employees and organizations. He is the author of the first-ever text book on HR Management in Forensic Science Laboratories, published by Elsevier.
Jay Henry is the Director for the Utah Department of Public Safety Crime Laboratory System with responsibilities that include operations, training, curriculum development, and legislative advocacy. He leads Utah’s only “full-service” forensic provider, which comprises three laboratories with 50 employees and serves 140+ law enforcement agencies with a population base of approximately 2.8 million people. Mr. Henry is certified by the American Board of Criminalistics and holds memberships in the Northwest Association of Forensic Scientists (NWAFS), American Academy of Forensic Sciences, and the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors. He has served in various capacities within these organizations, including President of the NWAFS.
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