Application of Forensic Science to Intelligence AnalysisStart: Wednesday, March 16, 2011 4:30 PM
End: Wednesday, March 16, 2011 6:00 PM
On Wednesday, March 16th at 4: 30 PM, John M. DeMaggio, Special Agent in Charge (ret)/ Captain USN (ret), will discuss "Application of Forensic Science to Intelligence Analysis."
The lecture will be followed by a reception. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
John M. DeMaggio retired as a Special Agent in Charge from the US Government. Before retirement, he served as the Co-chairman of the Investigative Support and Forensic Subgroup for the Technical Support Working Group, which conducts interagency counterterrorism research and development. He also retired as a Captain from the US Naval Reserve Intelligence Program. He has been involved in various counterterrorism, intelligence and forensic activities for the US Government throughout both his civilian and military careers. He received a Bachelor's of Science in Forensic Science from John Jay College in 1975 and a Master's of Science in Technical Management from the Johns Hopkins University, Whiting School of Engineering in 1994. Presently, he consults in the areas of counterterrorism, forensic science and investigations. He also conducts counterterrorism training of foreign governments for the US State Department. You can find his article "Mitigation of Terrorist Effects on Victim's Motivation" in the US Army/Marine Corps Counterinsurgency (COIN) Center's August 2010 Journal "Colloquium."