Episode 222 | Just Identifying Decedents through Postmortem PrintsJaclynn McKay
This episode of Just Science is funded by the National Institute of Justice’s Forensic Technology Center of Excellence.
Some content in this podcast may be considered sensitive and may evoke emotional responses, or may not be appropriate for younger audiences.
McKay, J., & Johnson, B. T. (2022, September 16). Just Science. Just Identifying Decedents through Postmortem Prints. [Audio podcast episode]. The Forensic Technology Center of Excellence. https://forensiccoe.org/podcast-2022-human-identification-ep2/
- FBI Postmortem Printing Series
- ANSI/ASB Best Practice Recommendation 007, First Edition, 2018, Postmortem Impression Submission Strategy for Comprehensive Searches of Essential Automated Fingerprint Identification System Databases
- ANSI/ASB Best Practice Recommendation 094, First Edition, 2021, Postmortem Impression Recovery: Guidance and Best Practices for Disaster Victim Identification
Bryan T. Johnson is the Major Incident Program Manager for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Laboratory’s Latent Print Unit in Quantico, VA. He has been with the FBI for over 13 years as an FBI Qualified Latent Print Examiner and has focused on mass fatality and unknown deceased issues for the last 7 years. He has a B.S. and an M.S. in Forensic Science from Chaminade University of Honolulu, where he started his career with the City and County of Honolulu Medical Examiner’s Office. He oversees the FBI’s Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) Response Team, which conducts all fingerprint identifications for the Armed Forces Medical Examiner in Dover, DE, as well as all mass fatality incidents around the globe. In addition to his direct duties with the FBI, he is current a member of the Organization of Scientific Area Committees for Forensic Science (OSAC) DVI Subcommittee, Vice Chair of the American Academy of Forensic Science (AAFS) Standards Board (ASB) DVI Working Group, as well as one of two U.S. Representatives and the Chair of Ridgeology for the INTERPOL DVI Working Group.