Speaker

Chuck Heurich

National Institute of Justice

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Speaker

Chuck Heurich

National Institute of Justice

Chuck received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania and his Masters of Forensic Science from the George Washington University.  He began his career in forensics by spending 3 years as a crime scene technician in Baltimore City where he processed over 2000 crime scenes.  He then spent almost 12 years with the Montgomery County Crime Lab as a Forensic Scientist in the Forensic Biology Unit performing DNA analysis and a Forensic Specialist 2 in the Forensic Services Section processing crime scenes, chemically enhancing latent fingerprints, and enhancing digital images.  He is currently a Program Manager with the National Institute of Justice where he manages the DNA Backlog Reduction, Solving Cold Cases with DNA, Using DNA Technology to Identify the Missing, and the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) programs for which he was awarded the 2011 Samuel Hayman Service to America Medal in Justice and Law Enforcement.  He is also very active in the cold case and missing persons communities.