U.S. Recent

GTH-GA assists crime lab personnel, law enforcement, policy makers, victim advocates, and other interests in the criminal justice community with an understanding of DNA policy development through the sharing of data on national and global trends. GTH-GA consultants are regular speakers at national conferences and trainings where the firm's institutional knowledge and experience in DNA policy are shared.

ISHI Legislative Update 2017
Next Gen Sequencing and Forensics 2016
Bode East Coast 2016
Bode Mid-Atlantic 2015

Global Recent

GTH-GA has established itself not only as a leader in U.S. forensic DNA policy, but also in global forensic DNA policy work. The firm provides substantial support to countries looking to create national criminal DNA databases. With over 20 years of experience in this, we have advised lawmakers and forensic specialists in Brazil, Peru, Chile, China, India, Netherlands, Qatar, South Africa, and many others across the world about modern investigative DNA practices and associated legal frameworks. Consequently, GTH-GA has given many presentations and speeches abroad at international forensic conventions and to foreign government officials.

AFSN 2016

Algeria 2016

HIDS May 11, 2016

HIDS May 10, 2016

U.S. Archived

GTH-GA assists crime lab personnel, law enforcement, policy makers, victim advocates, and other interests in the criminal justice community with an understanding of DNA policy development through the sharing of data on national and global trends. GTH-GA consultants are regular speakers at national conferences and trainings where the firm's institutional knowledge and experience in DNA policy is shared. If you are interested in seeing if GTH-GA can accomodate such a request for your organization, please contact Lisa Hurst, who is lited on the contact page.

Global Archived

GTH-GA has established itself not only as a lader in U.S. forensic DNA policy, but also in global forensic DNA policy work. The firm provides substantial support to countries looking to create national criminal DNA databases. With over 20 years of experience in this, we have advised lawmakers and forensic specialists in Brazil, Peru, Chile, China, India, Netherlands, Qatar, South Africa, and many other countries across the world about modern investigative DNA practices and associated legal frameworks. Consequently, GTH-GA has given many presentations and speeches abroad at international forensic conventions and foreign government officials. If you are interested in seeing if GTH-GA can accommodate such a request for your organization, please contact Tim Schellberg, who is listed on the contact page.