Since 1996, I have performed casework as a Forensic Scientist, Crime Reconstructionist, and /or Criminal Profiler for law enforcement agencies, attorney clients, and government agencies all over the world. This includes consults and expert forensic testimony in both criminal and civil matters. My caseload involves sexual assaults, false allegations, serial rapes and homicides, mass homicides, sexual homicides, domestic homicides, staged crime scenes, and homicides of a particularly violent or aberrant nature. It also includes a femicide caseload in Latin America, and the implementation of the "United Nations Model Protocol for Femicide Investigation in Latin America", with The Forensic Criminology Institute. I have worked for government agencies and universities in the United States, China, Korea, Singapore, Colombia, Mexico, Spain, Ecuador, Guatemala, Portugal, Australia, and Scotland.
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Brent Turvey, PhD
FORENSIC SCIENTIST / FORENSIC CRIMINOLOGIST
“History collects; history records; and history remembers. And it patiently waits for unsatisfied minds to discover it.”
-Brent E. Turvey, PhD
Since 1996, Dr. Turvey has performed casework as a Forensic Scientist, Crime Scene Analyst, Crime Reconstructionist, Forensic Criminologist, and /or Criminal Profiler for law enforcement agencies (police and prosecutors), attorney clients, and private entities all over the world. This includes consultations, forensic assessments, and expert testimony on both criminal and civil matters. These cases tend to involve sexual assault, false allegations, shooting incident reconstructions, serial rapes and homicides, mass homicides, sexual homicides, domestic homicides, staged crime scenes, and other violent crimes.
Dr. Turvey also maintains a caseload of femicides (e.g., sexual homicides, gender motivated homicides), pre-femicidal violence, trafficking, and human rights cases in Latin America. Many of these are related to drug trafficking and human trafficking. This involves the implementation of the UN Model Protocol for Femicide Investigation in Latin America, with The Forensic Criminology Institute’s Behavioral Science Lab (BSL). In operation since 2019, the BSL collaborates with USAID (Mex), JAVA (Mex), The United Nations, and The Attorney Generals Office in Bogota DC, providing support and training to attorneys and investigators.
He is also the author of multiple peer reviewed textbooks on subjects relating to criminal profiling, forensic criminology, crime reconstruction, forensic victimology, forensic science, criminal investigation, ethics, miscarriages of justice, and law enforcement culture.