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NCIAI OFFICERS & BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Last Updated:10/2021
NCIAI OFFICERS
President: Kelly Moore

1st Vice President: Doreen Huntington

2nd Vice President: Casson Reynolds

Secretary: Erin Biggio

Treasurer: Heather Black

Editor: Shannon Smith

Sergeant at Arms: Clint Babb

Historian: Melissa Southern

Last Updated:10/2021
NCIAI BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Chair and Immediate Past President: Randy Horton

Member: Brian Dew

Member: Bradley Whitaker

Member: Leigh Thomas

Member: Edna Woyee

Last Updated:10/2021
NCIAI OFFICER BIO AND CONTACT INFORMATION
President: Kelly Moore
Kelly A. Moore currently serves as the Director of Forensic Services for the Greensboro Police Department, a Command Staff position she has been honored to hold since 2017. Moore joined the GPD in 2004 as a Crime Scene Investigator. After a year, she was assigned to the Latent Print Section where she conducted specialized laboratory examinations/processing, responded to major case/homicide scenes, and apprenticed as a Latent Print Examiner. In 2007, she was promoted to the rank of Forensic Division Supervisor – overseeing the Crime Scene Investigations Section; she also supervised the Division’s Latent Print Section prior to being promoted to Director. Moore is credited as being the driving force behind GPD earning and sustaining its ANAB ISO-IEC 17020 accreditation in Forensic Inspection, as she developed the Division’s first Quality Assurance System and served as the Quality Manager from February 2015 - May 2018. She remains an active member of AFQAM.

From 2006-2012, Moore was an adjunct instructor at Forsyth Technical Community College where she taught courses in the Criminal Justice – Latent Evidence Program. She is also a State certified General Instructor of Criminal Justice and continues to teach a variety of forensic and law enforcement courses to fellow CSIs, officers, and members of the public.

Moore holds a Master of Forensic Science degree from the University of New Haven in Connecticut, where she graduated with a 4.01 GPA in 2004. She maintains IAI Certification as a Crime Scene Investigator and has been qualified by the NC Superior Court as an expert witness in the field of crime scene processing and forensic investigation.

In 2021, Moore graduated from the Police Executive Research Forum’s Senior Management Institute for Police.

She has been actively involved with the NCIAI since 2005 and has previously served the organization as 1st Vice President, Secretary, and as a member of the Board of Directors.
Kelly Moore, MFS, CCSI
Director of Forensic Services
Greensboro Police Department
300 S. Swing Road, Greensboro, NC 27409
kelly.moore@greensboro-nc.gov
1st Vice President: Doreen Huntington
Doreen Huntington is currently the Supervisor of the Latent Print Unit for the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office and maintains current certification through the International Association for Identification as a Certified Latent Print Examiner. Mrs. Huntington began her career in law enforcement in 1985 in Ohio with the Cleveland Police Department. She processed prisoners, responded to crime scenes and worked as a Latent Print Examiner for the Department. In 1991, Mrs. Huntington moved to Wisconsin and became employed through the Wisconsin Department of Justice in their State Crime Lab in Milwaukee. As a Forensic Scientist III, Mrs. Huntington specialized in Latent Fingerprint Analysis and Footwear Analysis. In 1994, Mrs. Huntington accepted the position with the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office to manage their new AFIS section.

Mrs. Huntington holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology/Criminal Justice from the Ohio State University. She is a member of the International Association for Identification (IAI) and the North Carolina Division of the International Association for Identification (NCIAI). She is currently on the Board of Directors for the NCIAI. Mrs. Huntington implemented and has hosted a Latent Print Examiners meeting for fellow examiners since 2007.
Doreen Huntington
Latent Print Supervisor
Guilford County Sheriff’s Office
508 Industrial Ave
Greensboro, NC 27406
(336) 641-5976
dhuntin@guilfordcountync.gov
2nd Vice President: Casson Reynolds
Casson Reynolds is an Instructor Developer in Crime Scene Reconstruction at the North Carolina Justice Academy in Edneyville, NC since 2017. He is a Certified Senior Crime Scene Analyst through the International Association for Identification, Board Member of the Association for Crime Scene Reconstruction, Board Member of the Bloodstain Pattern Analysis of the AAFS Standards Board, and the Co-Chair of the Training Committee of the North Carolina IAI.

Casson has a Master of Science from Boston University in Criminal Justice and a Bachelor of Science from Radford University in Criminal Justice. He was sworn in law enforcement for 14 years with the majority of that time being in crime scene investigations and analysis. He worked for the Charlottesville Police Department, the Gastonia Police Department, and the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police. He has his NC Advanced Law Enforcement Certificate and his NC Advanced Gang Specialist Certificate.

Casson is a recognized subject matter expert in Crime Scene Reconstruction, Shooting Incident Reconstruction, Bloodstain Pattern Analysis, and Latent Print Development and Identification. He regularly teaches classes throughout North Carolina, provides technical assistance to local and state agencies, and presents on crime scene reconstruction at conferences across the country.

Casson is a current member of the International Association for Identification (IAI), as well as the North Carolina Division of the International Association for Identification (NCIAI) where he is currently serving as a Board Member.
Casson Reynolds, MSCJ, CSCSA
Instructor / Developer
Criminal Investigations Certificate Program Coordinator
North Carolina Justice Academy - West Campus
creynolds@ncdoj.gov
Secretary: Erin Biggio
Erin Biggio is a Forensic Scientist Supervisor in the Latent Evidence Section of the North Carolina State Crime Laboratory and has been with the North Carolina State Crime Laboratory since January 2007. She has her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Meredith College. Erin is a latent print, footwear, and tire track examiner. She is also a Special Agent with the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation.

Erin is a current member of the International Association for Identification (IAI), as well as the North Carolina Division of the International Association for Identification (NCIAI) where she is currently serving as the division secretary.

Erin is currently certified by the International Association for Identification as a Certified Latent Print Examiner (CLPE).
Erin Biggio
Forensic Scientist Supervisor
North Carolina State Crime Laboratory
Latent Evidence
121 E. Tryon Road
Raleigh, NC 27603
(919) 582-8743
ebiggio@ncdoj.gov
Treasurer: Heather Black
Heather Black is a Forensic Scientist III in the Latent Evidence Section of the North Carolina State Crime Laboratory. Heather has been with the Crime Laboratory since January of 2012. She spent the first two years of her career with the Crime Laboratory in the Serology Unit of the Forensic Biology Section in Raleigh, NC. At the end of 2013, Heather began working at the Crime Laboratory’s Greensboro, NC location in the Latent Evidence Section, where she currently examines latent print, footwear, and tire track evidence.

Heather earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Forensic Biology and in Criminal Justice from Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Heather is a current member of the International Association for Identification (IAI), as well as the North Carolina Division of the International Association for Identification (NCIAI) where she is currently serving as the division treasurer.

Heather is currently certified by the International Association for Identification as a Certified Latent Print Examiner (CLPE).
Heather Black
Forensic Scientist III
Latent Evidence
North Carolina State Crime Laboratory
2306 W. Meadowview Road, Suite 110
Greensboro, NC 27407
(336) 315-4912
hblack@ncdoj.gov
Editor: Shannon Smith
Shannon Smith began working in Forensics as a Crime Scene Investigator in 2004 and then moved into latent print examination in 2009.

Shannon holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and a Certification in Administration of Justice and Forensic Identification from the City College of San Francisco.

Shannon is the current Editor and past President of the NCIAI. She currently holds certification through the International Association for Identification as a Certified Latent Print Examiner and Certified Senior Crime Scene Analyst.
Shannon Smith, CLPE, CSCSA
semcguirk@yahoo.com
Sergeant at Arms: Clint Babb
Clinton Babb is currently a Police Officer with the Cary Police Department and is assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division as a Detective Corporal. Clinton began his career in law enforcement with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office in 2004 as a Deputy Sheriff assigned to the courts as a Bailiff. Shortly thereafter Clinton transferred to the Patrol Division where he worked until 2006 when he was promoted to the rank of Detective Sergeant assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division. While assigned to the Criminal Investigation Division, Clinton specialized in the areas of Crime Scene Investigations and Latent Print Analysis. In 2013 Clinton
went to work for the Durham Police Department as a full-time Latent Print Examiner and reserve Police Officer. During this time, Clinton was assigned as the Technical Leader for the accredited Latent Print Unit. Clinton stayed in that position until 2016 when he went to work for the Cary Police Department. During his time in Cary, Clinton has been assigned to the Patrol Division as a Patrol Officer and a Field Investigator and to the Criminal Investigations Division as a Detective. Clinton is currently assigned as one of the supervisors for the Criminal Investigations Division as a Detective Corporal. Clinton also volunteers with the Moore County Sheriff’s Office in their Latent Print Section.

Clinton Babb holds an Associate’s of Science Degree in General Studies from Colorado Technical University where he graduated with Highest Honors. Clinton also holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Western Carolina University where he graduated Summa Cum Laude.

Clinton Babb holds an Advanced Law Enforcement Certificate from both the NC Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission and the NC Sheriff’s Education and Training Standards Commission. Clinton is also a certified General and Specialized Explosives and Hazardous Materials Instructor through the NC Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission.

Clinton Babb is a current member of the International Association for Identification (IAI), as well as the North Carolina Division of the International Association for Identification (NCIAI) where he is currently serving as the Sergeant at Arms for 2021-2022. Clinton Babb is a past officer in the NCIAI for the years 2015-2021.

Clinton Babb is currently certified by the International Association for Identification as both a Certified Latent Print Examiner (CLPE) and a Certified Senior Crime Scene Analyst (CSCSA)
Clinton Babb CLPE, CSCSA
Corporal
Criminal Investigations Division
Cary Police Department
120 Wilkinson Ave.
Cary, NC 27513
919-481-5523
Clinton.Babb@townofcary.org
Historian: Melissa Southern
Melissa Southern has been the forensic photographer for the Raleigh/Wake City-County Bureau of Identification (CCBI) in Raleigh, NC since 2004. She was the first International Association for Identification (IAI) Certified Forensic Photographer in North Carolina. Melissa conducts Facial Recognition/Morphological Analyses examinations as part of her duties with CCBI. Melissa has photographs published in the Guide to the National Museum of Natural History at the Smithsonian Institution, Nature Photographer magazine, various product magazines, and several other publications. She has published two books: one on the basics of photography and the other on fine art photography. Melissa has presented at Grandfather Mountain Nature Photography Weekend and the Grandfather Mountain Camera Clinic (where she is a TEAM member for both events), Recreation Equipment Inc. (REI), the City of Orlando, Sarah P. Duke Gardens, various photography clubs, the Dataworks Plus Interconnect Conference (several years), the North Carolina International Association for Identification (NCIAI) Conference (several years), and the IAI Conference in 2021. Melissa has served on a number of committees for the NCIAI and the Dataworks Plus Interconnect Conferences. She has judged numerous
photography and art competitions over the years for various groups. Melissa has a B.A. in Anthropology and an Associate Degree in Photography with a concentration in Biomedical Photography.
Melissa Southern, CFPH
Forensic Photographer
Raleigh/Wake City-County Bureau of Identification
3301 Hammond Rd
Raleigh, NC 27603
919-255-7354
melissa.southern@wakegov.com
BOARD OF DIRECTORS BIO AND CONTACT INFORMATION
Chair and Immediate President: Randy Horton
Randy Horton is currently a Detective Lieutenant with the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office where he supervises both the Crime Scene/Lab Unit and the Property and Evidence Section under the Criminal Investigations Division.

He began his law enforcement career with the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office in 1994 and departed the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office in 2013 to accept his current position with the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office.

Randy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from the University of NC at Charlotte, CICP Certification from the NC Justice Academy, and both an Advanced Law Enforcement Certificate and a General Instructor’s Certificate from the NC Sheriff’s Education, Training, and Standards Commission.

Horton is a court qualified expert in crime scene processing, latent print development, latent print comparison, and ten print comparisons.

Randy is currently certified by the International Association for Identification as both a Certified Latent Print Examiner (CLPE) and as a Certified Senior Crime Scene Analyst (CSCSA).
Detective Lieutenant Randy L. Horton, CSCSA, CLPE
Crime Scene Investigator / Latent Print Examiner
Iredell County Sheriff’s Office
230 N. Tradd Street   Statesville, NC 28677
(704) 924-4080 (w)
randy.horton@co.iredell.nc.us

Member: Brian Dew
Brian Dew began his career in forensics in 1996 as a Forensic Analyst with the Wilson, NC Police Department where he was responsible for major crime scene investigations, latent print examinations and AFIS operations. Brian holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Justice and Public Policy from North Carolina Wesleyan College and during his career has successfully completed in excess of 1200 hours of forensic training in a wide array of evidence collection and laboratory examination topics.

Brian was also certified as an EMT-Paramedic for 16 years. Brian was employed as a senior consultant with Ron Smith and Associates, Inc. providing a variety of forensic training, consulting and testing services both domestically and internationally. He has provided assistance in crime scene investigations, latent print examinations and other related matters to a large number of local, state, and federal agencies. He has also provided lectures at numerous seminars around the country. He is currently
employed with the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office in the Crime Laboratory as a latent print examiner.

Brian is a Life Active member of the NCIAI and has served in various positions since 2005 including vice president, president, and board member. He is a Sustaining Active-Life member of the International Association for Identification (IAI) and the Chesapeake Bay Division of the IAI and has served as a member of the IAI’s Latent Print Subcommittee. He is currently serving as a member of the Board of directors of both the NCIAI and the IAI. Brian has achieved professional certification as a Latent Print Examiner with the IAI and maintains credentials as a certified instructor.
Brian Dew, CLPE
Latent Print Examiner
New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office
3950-D Juvenile Center Rd.
Castle Hayne, NC 28429
910-798-4494
dewbrian@gmail.com
Member: Bradley Whitaker
Bradley Whitaker is currently a Detective Lieutenant with the Moore County Sheriff’s Office and is assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division. Whitaker began his career in law enforcement with the Moore County Sheriff’s Office in 1997 as a Sheriff’s Dispatcher where he worked until 1998 when he became a Deputy assigned to the Patrol Division. Whitaker worked in the Patrol Division until 2003 when he was promoted to Detective Sergeant. While assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division, Whitaker has specialized in the area of Crime Scene Investigations, Latent Print Analysis, Fire / Arson Investigation, and Computer Crimes Against
Children while in addition to working other various criminal investigations.

Bradley Whitaker holds an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice and will be pursuing a Bachelors’ Degree in Criminal Justice. Whitaker is also a 2015 graduate of the Law Enforcement Leadership and Management Program hosted by the Randolph Community College.

Bradley Whitaker is a current member of the International Association for Identification (IAI), as well as the North Carolina Division of the International Association for Identification (NCIAI) where he served as the President for 2017-2018, and is currently serving on the Board of Directors. Bradley Whitaker is also a member and past President of the Moore County Law Enforcement Officers Association (MCLEO); a member of the North Carolina Law Enforcement Officers’ Association (NCLEOA); a member of the North Carolina Chapter of the International Association of Arson Investigators (NCIAAI); and is an active participate with the North Carolina Internet Crimes Against Children Taskforce (NCICAC).

Bradley Whitaker is currently certified by the International Association for Identification as both a Certified Latent Print Examiner (CLPE) and a Certified Crime Scene Investigator (CCSI).
Bradley Whitaker, Detective Lieutenant
Moore County Sheriff’s Office
302 S. McNeill Street / P.O. Box 40
Carthage, NC  28327
(910) 947-2931 (w)
(910) 639-1386 (c)
bwhitaker@moorecountync.gov
Member: Leigh Thomas
Leigh Thomas has worked with the Asheville Police Department Forensic Services section for sixteen years processing crime scenes. In addition, she served five of those years as the Forensic Services Supervisor. She attended college in Savannah, Georgia at Armstrong State University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, a Master of Science in Criminal Justice, with a double minor in Anthropology and Criminology all with honors.

She has been a member of the International Association of Identification (IAI) since 2006 and a member of the North Carolina Division since 2018. Leigh is currently a
Certified Senior Crime Scene Analyst with the IAI. And, she has served on the North Carolina Division on Conference Committee for the past two years. In addition to the crime scene work, she currently teaches a co-authored course in Forensic Analysis for Patrol Officers at AB-Tech Community College.

Leigh is an instructor at the North Carolina basic law enforcement training academy where she teaches fingerprinting and photography of arrestees. Additionally, since 2009, she has taught Criminology for the Criminal Justice Degree Program at AB-Tech.
Leigh A. Thomas, MSCJ, CSCSA
Forensic Services Unit
Asheville Police Department
Asheville North Carolina
lthomas@ashevillenc.gov
828-552-1375 cell
Member: Edna Woyee
Edna Woyee is currently a Crime Scene Supervisor with the Greensboro Police Department. She joined GPD in 2013 as a Crime Scene Investigator and processed a multitude of crime scenes. During this time she also provided presentations on crime scene work to students and citizens in the community. While serving as a crime scene investigator, she decided to become a Training Coach to teach incoming employees.

Additionally, Woyee is a Certified Crime Scene Investigator through the International Association for Identification (IAI). She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Anthropology with a Concentration in Forensic Anthropology and a Master of Science degree in Forensic Science from George Mason University.
Edna Woyee, MFS, CCSI
Crime Scene Supervisor
Forensic Services Division
Greensboro Police Department
300 S. Swing Road, Greensboro, NC 27409
edna.woyee@greensboro-nc.gov