This episode of Just Science is funded by the National Institute of Justice’s Forensic Technology Center of Excellence (Award #: 15PNIJ-21-GK-02192-MUMU).
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McKay, J., & Chepren, S. (2022, August 12). Just Science. Just Solving a Hit-and-Run in Sin City. [Audio podcast episode]. The Forensic Technology Center of Excellence. https://forensiccoe.org/podcast-2022casestudies-part1-ep2/
Stacey Chepren’s career in the forensic community began with her graduation from the United States Air Force Judge Advocate General’s School as a Paralegal. From there she has been a member of the trial team for the prosecution of federal criminal misconduct for over ten years. Her work includes case management, evidence evaluation and analysis for case disposition, conducting victim/witness interviews, crime scene site visits and photography, assisting law enforcement with suspect interviews, witness preparation, and trial strategy. She has also repatriated remains of service members with the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency, was in charge of the legal oversight for mortuary operations in a deployed environment and is currently a Medicolegal Investigator for the Florida Emergency Mortuary Operations Response System (FEMORS). Stacey specializes in death cases. She holds a Master of Forensic Sciences and a Master of Sciences in Forensic Medicine. Stacey was selected to speak in person to the House Armed Services Committee in Washington, D.C. as a representative from the field concerning the Air Force Special Victims’ Program. Additionally, Stacey is a member of the International Association of Coroners & Medical Examiners (IACME) Advocacy Committee and the Programs Manager for the IACME.