Roy Fenoff Certified Document Examiner
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QUALIFICATIONS OF ROY FENOFF
Roy Fenoff is a Diplomate of and certified by the Board of Forensic Document Examiners (BFDE).The BFDE's certification program is accredited by the Forensic Specialties Accreditation Board. Roy is skilled in handwriting identifications and has more than 15 years of scientific training and research experience.
Roy has been court qualified as a handwriting and forensic document examination expert in both federal and state courts in the following states: Colorado, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico and Wyoming.
Doctor of Philosophy – Criminal Justice, 2008 to present
Graduate Certificate – Anti-Counterfeiting Strategy and Product Protection Criminology, 2012
Graduate Certificate – Forensic Document Examination, 2011
Master of Science – Medical/Veterinary Entomology, 2007
Bachelor of Science – Entomology, 2002
2013 – Participated in the proficiency testing program of Collaborative Testing Services, Inc. (CTS).
2011 – Participated in the proficiency testing program of ST2AR: Skill-Task Training Assessment & Research, Inc.
2008 – Participated in the proficiency testing program of Collaborative Testing Services, Inc. (CTS).
2007 - Participated in the proficiency testing program of the Forensic Expertise Profiling Laboratory
American College of Forensic Examiners Institute
HONOR SOCIETIES AND AWARDS
Alpha Phi Sigma Honor Society (2011 Inductee – Michigan Chapter)
RECENT CONFERENCES AND SYMPOSIUMS
National Association of Document Examiners Annual Conference – April 23-27, 2013
RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
Fenoff, R. S. and Spink, J. (2011). “Identity document standardization: Naming standards. Michigan State University, School of Criminal Justice, 75th Anniversary Symposium. April 15, 2011. East Lansing, Michigan.
Wilson, J. M. and R. Fenoff (2010). “The economic effects of pharmaceutical counterfeiting in Africa.” International Conference on International Organized Crime: The African Experience. December 10-12, 2010. Courmayeur Mont Blanc, Italy.
Fenoff, R. S. and Wilson, J. (2010). “What is the role of domestic law enforcement agencies in combating product counterfeiting.” Annual American Society for Criminology Meeting. November 17-20, 2010. San Francisco, California.
Fenoff, R. S. and M. Nalla (2010). “Police training in forgery and document fraud.” Annual Mid-Western Criminal Justice Association Meeting. September 23-25, 2010. Chicago, Illinois.
Fenoff, R., and M. L. Gore (2009). “Police corruption and illegal logging in protected forest areas.” Annual American Society for Criminology Meeting. November 4-7, 2009. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Wilson, J. M., & Fenoff, R. (2011). The health and economic effects of counterfeit pharmaceuticals in Africa. Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection Program Backgrounder Series. Global Edge Business Review, Vol. 5,No. 6.
Fenoff, R., & Wilson, J. (2011). Counterfeit pharmaceuticals: Examining the multi-dimensional risk to African nations. In L. Kennedy & E. McGarrell (Ed.), Crime and terrorism risk: Studies in criminology and criminal justice.
Fenoff, R., & Wilson, J. (2009). Africa’s counterfeit pharmaceutical epidemic: The road ahead.
ADDITIONAL FORENSIC SCIENCE TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
Along with his extensive and continuous training in forensic document examination, Roy Fenoff has numerous hours of research and work further strengthening his training and knowledge of the theories and principles involved in the scientific method and the process of identification.
The following graduate level coursework was completed under the guidance of Wyoming State Forensic Anthropologist and University of Wyoming Professor, Dr. George Gill.
Forensic Anthropology Diagnostic Laboratory
For a more detailed copy of Roy’s current Curriculum Vitae please give him a call at (307) 399-5532, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org