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Stuart Mitchell Earns Diplomate Status with American College of Forensic Examiners

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The ACFEI is the world’s largest association or forensic science professionals, and part of its mission is to recognize the experience and education of professionals dedicated to forensic sciences.

| February 14, 2011

SPRINGEFIELD, Mo. – Dr. Stuart Mitchell of Des Moines, IA has earned Diplomate status with the American Board of Forensic Examiners by the American College of Forensic Examiners Institute (ACFEI).

The ACFEI is the world’s largest association or forensic science professionals, and part of its mission is to recognize the experience and education of professionals dedicated to forensic sciences.

Diplomate status is a high honor reserved only for those few who are able to meet the stringent requirements of the ACFEI in the areas of knowledge, skill training, and experience in the forensic sciences. Diplomates are leaders in their forensic science disciplines.

The ACFEI is comprised of forensic professionals actively engaged in such fields as medicine, nursing, psychology, criminology, dentistry, toxicology, document, accident reconstruction, crime scene reconstruction, criminal investigation, engineering, polygraph analysis, risk analysis, and voice identification.

In addition, Mitchell joined PestWest Environmental Science of Sarasota, Fla., as Principal Technical Specialist on Jan. 3.
 

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