Brianne Breedlove, owner of Uncover Forensics, has been a latent print examiner and crime scene investigator working with various law enforcement agencies since 2009. She has had the privilege of presenting training lectures for organizations such as the IAI and many of its divisions across the United States, as well as for multiple study groups of forensic professionals. Ms. Breedlove is also an observing member of the ASB Friction Ridge Consensus Body, where she participates in discussions on standards and best practice recommendations for the friction ridge community. Ms. Breedlove has provided instruction across multiple platforms including conferences, webinars, and classroom environments.
Anthony Delmonico has been an expert in the fields of crime scene examination, latent print comparison, latent print processing, and IBIS entry/comparison since 2011. He has worked at multiple agencies, volunteered for various schools and organizations, and trained multiple examiners in various fields.
Corey Schroeder has over 25 years of major crime scene experience, beginning his career with the Fresno Police Department as a Crime Scene Investigator and Latent Print Analyst in 1996. While with FPD he worked thousands of criminal cases, including the Marcus Wesson mass murder case. In 2008 he was recruited by the California Department of Justice and began a new chapter of his career with the organization. During his tenure at DOJ he has also served as:
· Instructor: CSU, Fresno and Fresno City
· Lecturer/Trainer: Central Valley Arson Investigators, Central Valley Crime Scene Investigators, CA Friction Ridge Study Group, CA Association of Criminalists
Mr. Schroeder is an IAI Certified Latent Print Examiner, a member of multiple forensic communities, a subject matter expert for the State of California, and facilitator of the Technical Advisory Group for the latent print program for the CA DOJ.
Michele Smith earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Sciences with a minor in Anthropology from Louisiana State University. She is currently the Crime Scene Unit Supervisor at the Louisiana State Police Crime Laboratory in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She is a Certified Senior Crime Scene Analyst (CSCSA) and a Certified Latent Print Examiner (CLPE) through the International Association for Identification (IAI). She is an active member of the International Association for Identification (IAI) and is part of the Crime Scene Sciences and Practices Committee, the Louisiana division of the IAI (LA IAI), the Louisiana Association of Forensic Scientists (LAFS), and is currently a board member of the Crime Scene Subcommittee for the Organization of Scientific Area Committees (OSAC) for Forensic Science. Michele shares her passion for the work she does by providing training seminars, presentations, and workshops for law enforcement agencies around Louisiana and the United States. She has been asked by numerous agencies, professional organizations, and educational programs to speak about forensics, crime scene investigations, and latent prints. She has testified and qualified as an expert in Print Processing, Print Comparison, and Crime Scene Investigation in the State of Louisiana. Michele also participates in archaeological excavations of prehistoric Native American sites around Louisiana.