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Quality Assurance in the Forensic Laboratory - Archival
This course explained transitioning from 17025:2005 to 17025:2017 and the lessons Learned. This was the fifth webinar in the ASCLD Train the Director Webinar Series.
Original Live Webinar took place on 02/21/2019

Arizona Department of Public Safety (AZDPS) shares their lab wide transition effort from 17025:2005 to 17025:2017.  In November 2018, the AZDPS team completed their assessment with ANAB and will share experiences and lessons learned that may be helpful for labs working through the transition this year.  AZDPS shared their strategy and accomplishments during the effort as well as helpful hints on how to transition various disciplines and administration to the new format and requirements in the 17025:2017 and AR 3125.

Detailed Learning Objectives:

1.	Key areas to focus on when transitioning from 17025:2005 to 2017

2.	Strategy on how to effectively make the transition within the laboratory

3.	Lessons learned from the assessment process between the lab and ANAB

This webinar was recorded in its entirety at the time of the Live event in order to capture the one on one interaction with the presenter. Funding for this Forensic Technology Center of Excellence event has been provided by the National Institute of Justice.

Speaker

Brooke Arnone & Stewart Raley
Brooke Arnone - Has worked for the Arizona Department of Public Safety (AZDPS) Crime Laboratory since 1998. Brooke became a Supervisor in 2007 and the Quality Assurance Manager for the AZDPS Crime Laboratory system in 2013.

Stewart Raley - Has been employed in the Scientific Analysis Bureau (SAB) since 2008.  He currently is a Supervising Forensic Scientist in the SAB Quality Assurance Unit.
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