American Board of Forensic Entomology
ABFE Board Certification Exam for Diplomate and Member Status.
All incoming Diplomates and Members must complete the written and practical portions of the ABFE Board Certification Exam prior to becoming board certified. The examination is offered at least once per year in association with either the NAFEA annual conference and business meeting, or the AAFS annual meeting. Contact the ABFE Chairperson for more information on the ABFE Diplomate and Member Examination.
American Board of Forensic Entomology Technician Certification Application
Certification as a forensic entomology technician confirms that an individual possesses the skills and knowledge necessary to properly collect, preserve, and ship entomological evidence to a Diplomate or Member of the American Board of Forensic Entomology (ABFE) for identification and development of case reports. Such certification would strengthen the credentials of individuals employed with crime laboratories or medical examiner offices and required to investigate scenes of human or veterinary forensic importance where insect evidence is potentially present. This recognition would also strengthen such facilities as certified individuals would be recognized by the board certifying body for forensic entomology in North America.