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Scott Campbell, CSCSA


Scott Campbell is a 28-year veteran of the City of Milwaukee, Wisconsin Police Department, retiring as an Identification Supervisor and Shift Commander for their Identification Division in 2006. Scott started his career in uniform patrol and then was assigned to a variety of specialized units including the Tactical Enforcement Unit, or S.W.A.T., where he was utilized as one of the lead instructors.

In 1994 Scott transferred to the Identification Division where he began his crime scene, evidence photography and fingerprint identification career as an Identification Technician. In 2001 he was promoted to Supervisor and was appointed the Division’s Training Coordinator where he developed instructional programs and trained new technicians, recruit officers, detectives and supervisors for the department. In addition to his work related practical experience, Scott has received more than 700 hours of training in the fields of forensic identification, crime scene processing and management, evidence photography, and instructor development.

With more than 23 years of experience as a crime scene technician, fingerprint identification specialist and instructor, Scott has provided over 250 specialized training courses and lectures in 35 different states. He currently provides training for Ron Smith and Associates; State of Wisconsin Technical Colleges; North East Multi-Regional Training (Illinois); and The University of Arkansas – Criminal Justice Institute.  He is a member of both the International Association for Identification and the Wisconsin Association for Identification.  Scott has an Associate Degree in Police Science and is certified by the International Association for Identification as a Senior Crime Scene Analyst.
RS&A Classes Taught by Scott Campbell