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Ross Martin Gardner worked in law enforcement for nearly 29 years. The vast majority of that

period was spent with the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command, performing duties as a

special agent and command sergeant major. In 1999, Ross retired from the military to take a

position as a chief of police in a small suburban Atlanta police department. He served in that

position until 2003, when he quit public service to become a full-time consultant and instructor.

Ross is currently the vice president of Bevel, Gardner, and Associates, a forensic education and

consulting group. Ross holds a masterâ€s degree in computer and information systems

management from Webster University, a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice from

Wayland Baptist College, and an associateâ€s degree in police science from Central Texas

College. In 1985 he attended and graduated first in his class from the Scenes of Crime Officers

Course, New Scotland Yard. Between 1988 and 1996 he served as an adjunct professor for

Central Texas College. He is a member of a number of professional associations and has served

in a variety of positions, including president of the Rocky Mountain Association of Bloodstain

Pattern Analysts (RMABPA), president of the Association of Crime Scene Reconstruction (ACSR),

chairman of the Education committee for both the RMABPA and the International Association of

Bloodstain Pattern Analysts (IABPA), and chairman of the Taxonomy and Terminology Committee

Scientific Workgroup on Bloodstain Pattern Analysis (SWGSTAIN). Ross is certified as a senior

crime scene analyst by the International Association for Identification and is an active instructor in

crime scene processing, crime scene analysis, and bloodstain pattern analysis. Throughout his

career he has taught for police agencies (national and international), police academies, law

enforcement professional associations, and trial counsel professional associations, and has written

a number of articles. He has qualified as an expert in bloodstain pattern analysis and crime scene

analysis in both state and federal court. Ross co-wrote Bloodstain Pattern Analysis: With an

Introduction to Crime Scene Reconstruction, 3rd edition, and Practical Crime Scene Analysis and

Reconstruction with Captain Tom Bevel (Ret.), OKC PD. In 2007, Ross contributed a chapter to


the Wiley Forensic Encyclopedia.

Donna Krouskup has been with the Denton County Police Department in Texas since 2004 and a

Crime Scene Investigator since 2008. She holds a Bachelors of Arts in Chemistry from the

University of North Texas and has extensive training and experience in various aspects of crime

scenes investigation including: latent print development, sexual assault investigations, 3D laser

scanners, digital imaging and video recovery, forensic photography, death investigation, shooting

incident reconstruction, and bloodstain pattern analysis.. She is a member of both the International

Association of Bloodstai

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