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Forsyth County's CSI Boss Gets Career Boost

Katrina Murdock becomes president of the Georgia Division of the International Association for Identification.


Katrina M. Murdock, the Crime Scene Supervisor for the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office, has been selected as the 2012-2013 President of the Georgia Division of the International Association for Identification.

Murdock was inducted as president earlier this month during the association's annual educational conference held in Helen, Ga.

“I am excited about the honor to lead this distinguished association,” said Murdock. “We will continue offering each other professional support and training.”

Murdock, who served on the association's Board of Directors for the past six years, has been with the sheriff's office since March 1998. She was the agency’s first crime scene employee when the unit was created 14 years ago. Today the unit has grown to three full-time employees operating in a recently built dedicated crime scene facility.

She is a graduate of Jacksonville State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Forensic Science.

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The Georgia Division of the International Association of Identification is composed of approximately 150 active members. It is a professional organization dedicated to promoting training and research as it is applied to criminal investigations. Members include local law enforcement agencies, the GBI state crime lab, the ATF crime lab and the U.S. Army crime lab.

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