FORENSIC SCIENCES TASK FORCE

Chair: Col. David B. Mitchell, Secretary of State Police

Appointed by Governor: Stuart O. Simms; Jennifer A. L. Smith, Ph.D.

Appointed by Senate President: Timothy R. Ferguson

Appointed by House Speaker: Joseph M. Getty

Representatives of crime laboratories: Jane C. Cooke; Richard P. Gervasoni; Karen L. Irish; Jeffrey Kercheval; Edgar F. Koch, Sr.; Clarence Polk; Louis C. Portis, Ph.D.; John E. Smialek, M.D.; William Vosburgh.

Ex officio: Richard Kastendieck, designee of Attorney General

Contact: Thomas M. Williams

c/o Dept. of State Police
1201 Reisterstown Road
Pikesville, MD 21208 - 3899
(410) 653-4431
e-mail: mspleg2@qis.net
fax: (410) 653-9651


Report to Governor & General Assembly due Sept. 30, 2001.

The Forensic Sciences Task Force was authorized by the Governor in January 2000 (Executive Order 01.01.2000.04). The Task Force will make recommendations on developing cooperative working procedures among the State's crime laboratories. It also will propose a statewide master plan to coordinate services, and staff training guidelines. In addition, the quality of existing forensic services, new equipment and technology, and potential sources of federal funding will be considered by the Task Force.

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