You can print the member renewal form and send membership dues to the address listed on the form. Please send any dues by May 1st. If you have any questions, please contact Secretary/Treasurer, Sherry Hosey.
The Georgia Division of the International Association for Identification (GAIAI) is a professional, non-profit law enforcement organization dedicated to promoting training and research in the application of scientific methods for the purpose of crime detection.
As an organization, we seek to develop uniform and state-wide professional standards in such areas as:
|Bloodstain Pattern Interpretation||Crime Scene Investigation||Electronic Imaging|
|Fingerprint Identification||Firearms Identification||Footwear / Tire Track Identification|
|Forensic Photography||Forensic Art||Innovative / General Techniques|
|Laboratory Analysis||Polygraph Examination||Questioned Document Analysis|
|Toolmarks Identification||Voice & Acoustic Analysis|
The Georgia Division of the IAI welcomes Investigators, Detectives, and Civilian Crime Scene Investigators that are involved in the crime scene processing, evidence collection, and forensic analysis. The GAIAI offers two one-day training sessions during the year and an Annual Fall Conference.
- Continuing education in multiple forensic disciplines and crime scene processing
- Networking with other Crime Scene and Forensic professionals
Membership Cost: $30.00 Annually
Membership Application: http://gaiai.org/membership-application/
For Questions about membership or more information about our organization contact:
Katrina Willis Banks County Sheriff’s Office
email@example.com or 706-677-2248
Fred Wells Dougherty County Sheriff’s Office
firstname.lastname@example.org or 229-430-6653
David Jury Columbus Police Department