||GREGORY LASKOWSKI FOR
I am a retired Supervising Criminalist from the Kern Regional Crime Laboratory in Bakersfield California. Iâ€™ve worked in the capacity of a criminalist both with the Kern County Sheriffâ€™s Department and the Kern County District Attorneyâ€™s Office for a combined 35 years. I am also an adjunct professor with Oklahoma State University and a lecturer with Bakersfield Community College. In addition, I have started my own forensic science education and consulting firm Criminalistics Services International, LLC. My membership with the CAC began on my birthday in May of 1982. During those many years I have attended a number of CAC meetings, made presentations, served a brief stint on the Merchandise Committee, served on the Ethics Committee and chaired it for one year. Most recently, I chaired the CAC 2012 Meeting in Bakersfield and prior to that the Spring 2013 CACLD meeting. I have also been an active member with a number of other forensic organizations including the AAFS, where I serve as a FEPAC inspector, the IAI where I serve as chair of the Forensic Laboratory Analysis Subcommittee, AFTE, and CACLD. After 30 years as an active CAC member, I think it is time for me to be more involved in this organization. I now have the time, energy, and enthusiasm to devote my efforts as President-Elect of the CAC. It would be an honor to serve you as your next President-Elect.