• History of the MVRCL
  • Forensic Science Internship
  • Evidence Technician Training
  • Chemistry
  • Fingerprints
  • Firearms & Tool Marks
  • Photography
  • Serology/DNA
  • Trace Evidence
  • Coroner's Office


    Mark Squibb, Laboratory Supervisor/DNA Technical Leader
    Amy Rismiller
    Mary Cicco 
    Emily Draper



    The serology and DNA section examines evidentiary items for body fluids and evidence that may not be readily visible to the naked eye. When analyzing items for body fluids, such as blood, semen and saliva, the scientist must locate the sample, then identify its origin. The scientist can offer an opinion regarding the association between the sample and the person.


    The Serology and DNA Laboratory processes different types of samples, including blood, semen, saliva, hairs and fibers and other substances.



    2015 Evidence School Application.


    Applications are due by December 1, 2014.  After that date applications will be placed in a waiting file.