Welcome to the Georgia Division of the International Association for Identification

Like our parent organization, the International Association for Identification (IAI), is a forensic association made of up of a diverse, knowledgeable, and experienced membership of forensic science professionals. The Georgia Division of the International Association for Identification (GAIAI) is a non-profit law enforcement organization dedicated to promoting training and research in the application of scientific methods for the purpose of crime detection.

Our organization welcomes Investigators, Detectives, and Civilian Crime Scene Investigators that are involved in the crime scene processing, evidence collection, and forensic analysis.

Become a Member

Members of our organization receive an opportunity to continue their education in multiple forensic disciplines and crime scene processing. Members also have a unique opportunity to network with other Crime Scene and Forensic Science Professionals throughout the State of Georgia.

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Meet our Officers/Board Members

Officers and Board Members are unique individuals who are passionate about providing the most up-to-date information to the organization’s membership base.

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Certificate Holders

The GAIAI would like to recognize those individuals who currently hold an IAI Certificate in their specialty. These individuals have worked hard to obtain this certification and the GAIAI feels that they deserve recognition for their efforts.

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Attend a Conference

Attend one of our Conferences where you will have an opportunity to collaborate with other professionals and learn skills from experts in their respective fields.

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Attend Training

The GAIAI hosts a total of four (4) in-service training opportunities throughout the State each year. Each class is designed to meet the needs of the organization’s membership base. Georgia POST Credit Hours are offered to those in attendance.

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As an organization, we seek to develop uniform and state-wide professional standards in such areas as:

  • Crime Scene Investigations
  • Bloodstain Pattern Interpretation
  • Electronic Imaging
  • Fingerprint Identification
  • Firearms Identification
  • Toolmark Identification
  • Voice & Acoustic Analysis
  • Footwear/Tire Track Identification
  • Forensic Photography
  • Forensic Art
  • Innovative/General Techniques
  • Laboratory Analysis
  • Polygraph Examination
  • Questioned Document Analysis

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