The American Institute of Forensic Education, TAIFE, AIFE

The American Institute of Forensic Education, Inc. (AIFE) presents online professional development and continuing education for forensic scientists and other forensic professionals.

Our courses are developed and delivered by internationally recognized experts in the field. Many practicing forensic professionals are not often able to attend regional or national meetings for training, but are required to stay current with best practices in their field. These online forensic science courses are designed to provide information for various levels of knowledge and practice in order to provide training to a wide variety of forensic professionals.

The rich content of each course is delivered in a virtual setting, in addition to on-demand, self-paced instruction. Upon completion, attendees will receive a certificate of completion and, where appropriate, seek accreditation for the courses.

Forensic Presenters

The American Institute of Forensic Education (AIFE) actively collaborates with forensic scientists and educational organizations. Our forensic presenters are world renown and the most knowledgeable in the field of forensic science. Our international affiliations and worldwide contacts give us access to the most experienced and respected forensic experts.

In direct response to the goals of accurate and detailed portrayal of forensic science, the institute provides access to consultation, forensic educational programs, conferences, consultation or expert testimony, including, but not limited to:

  • Homicide
  • Sexual assault
  • Workplace violence prevention
  • School shootings
  • Arson
  • Cybercrimes
  • Child abuse and neglect
  • Children exposed to violence and crime
  • Elder abuse
  • Sudden violent death
  • Stalking
  • Serial killers
  • Suicide
  • Crimes by healthcare providers
  • Prison life and correctional facilities
  • Forensic photography
For additional information or to inquire about pricing and availability regarding services for a specific forensic topic. Contact the Institute for further information

Workplace Violence: Awareness and Prevention
This course will help you understand the complexities of workplace violence, including how to become aware and how to prevent a catastrophic event.

For more information go to: Course SS-2016

Expert Spotlight
Workplace Violence Prevention Specialist

Kenneth Mills Ph.D. is the CEO of Dr. Kenneth Mills Management and Consultancy and a founding executive member of the Board of Directors of The International Academy of Forensic Professionals headquartered in Palm Springs, California. He is also the founding executive director of the Manila Counseling Center, a private psychological counseling service, and Safe Place Manila, an advocacy organization for the rescue and rehabilitation of indigent street children in the Philippines.

His cross-cultural experience with urban stress, human relation issues, business organizational systems analysis, leadership, team building, conflict resolution and workplace violence prevention makes him a sought after consultant, lecturer, instructor and motivational speaker...

To read more, click Expert Spotlight!

Follow Jim Hoerricks Forensic Photoshop Blog on the History Channel's
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View Jim Hoerricks, Forensic Photoshop Instructor, Author, and court qualified expert witness in Forensic Video Analysis as he works with the History Channel to uncover evidence. Jim works for law enforcement in one of the US major metropolitan areas. Jim is the author of An Introduction to Forensic Photoshop and Advanced Forensic Photoshop.

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International Academy of Forensic Professionals and Academy of Forensic Nursing Science in association with American Institute of Forensic Education presents its Inaugural Cutting Edge Forensic Conference. Date: April 13-16, 2011. Place: San Diego, California at the Town and Country Hotel.

Male Survivor: the National Organization against Male Sexual Victimization presents its 12th International Conference. Date: March 18 - 21, 2010. Place: John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City. This conference is intended for male survivors of sexual abuse and their loved ones, clinicians and therapists working with survivors, researchers, criminologists, educators, attorneys, law enforcement personnel and students. Save $50.00 if you register by January 31, 2010! For more information go to:
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6th Annual Homicide Conference "Killing from a Distance"
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