George Santoro, M.S., CSCSA holds a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from Radford University (Radford, Virginia). After completing undergrad, he continued his education and obtained a Masters degree in Forensic Science with a concentration in Advanced Investigation from the University of New Haven (West Haven, Connecticut). During his master's program, he spent time as an intern with the Omaha Nebraska Police Crime Scene Unit where he developed a deeper passion for the field of forensics.

   Since 2010 he has worked in the field of Crime Scene Investigation within a large metropolitan police agency. During his time as an investigator, he has been involved in the investigation of over 1000 crime scene investigations including: homicide investigations, officer-involved shooting scenes, aggravated assaults, sexual assaults, robberies, and property crimes.

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      Throughout his tenure as an investigator, he has maintained certification as a Crime Scene Investigator via the International Association for Identification. He has held the titles of Investigator, Field Training Officer, Technical Leader, and Supervisor within the Crime Scene Unit; at one time being responsible for all technical procedures and training manuals published within the unit. He is a member in good-standing in numerous Forensic Science Organizations.

    Since 2013 he has provided training to numerous law enforcement agencies as well as college students regarding the documenting, recovery, and preservation of forensic evidence. He has committed to being a life-long learner in the field of forensics, having attended over 500 hours of professional training within the field; and presenting over 350 hours of instruction on forensic-related topics.

       In addition to providing instruction on witness testimony techniques, George Santoro has been called to testify in dozens of trials and depositions including officer-involved shootings, homicides, aggravated assaults, robberies, and sexual assaults.