CAMBRIDGE, ON, CANADA, January 3, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Thomas J. Mavin has been accepted into the prestigious ranks of Stanford Who’s Who as a result of his phenomenal work in the field of forensics. As Owner of Canadian Forensic Consulting, as well as throughout his brilliant professional career, Mr. Mavin has consistently displayed the passion, vision and dedication necessary to be considered among the best.
Canadian Forensic Consulting is a private practice which provides assistance to clients in the legal services and law enforcement industries with expertise in the area of crime scenes and police forensics investigations. They also provide assistance to clients in the production of movies and television shows as well as authors of publications with questions of crime scene investigation or firearm reality in their productions.
Thomas is a Retired Detective Sergeant from the Waterloo Regional Police Service with 40 years of Firearm, 30 years of Policing, and 21 years of crime scene investigation experience, including bloodstain pattern analysis. Over the course of his impressive career, he attended and analyzed thousands of crime scenes and he has been called upon and accepted by the Canadian Court System on numerous occasions.
During his collegiate career, Thomas earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Guelph, graduating with Honors. He also earned a Certificate in General Police Studies and Certificate in Advanced Police Studies from the University of Western Ontario. Mr. Mavin completed several other courses and programs at numerous educational institutions, including Ontario Police College and the Canadian Police College. He is a member of the Canadian Identification Society, Association for Crime Scene Reconstruction, International Association for Identification, Canadian Society of Forensic Science, and the International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts.
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