|AAAF’s resident staff has more than a half-century of training and experience in general and digital evidence forensic investigations and law enforcement training. In addition, AAAF routinely attracts national forensic experts as adjunct instructors in both the General Forensics and Digital Evidence areas.|
Program Developer, General Forensics
Dale Callan is a retired U. S. Postal Inspector, where he served in various assignments in the Boston Division for the US Postal Inspection Service. He comes to us with 29 years experience in federal law enforcement that included identity theft, mail fraud, electronic crimes, credit card fraud and major crimes investigations. He is a subject matter expert in Identity Theft crimes and firearms training. He was co-leader and founder of the NH Identity Theft Intelligence Group with the US Attorney's Office in Concord, NH. He also served as a member of the NH Federal Anti-terrorist Task Force. He also served as a Special Agent with US Army Intelligence working counterintelligence and counterespionage cases in Korea. Dale also assisted the NH Police Academy as a guest lecturer. As a member of IAFCI (International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators) he provided expertise in a variety of financial and electronic crimes.
Contact Dale:Via Email or phone 704-330-4171
Graham Kuzia - Program Developer, Digital Forensics
Graham Kuzia is a reserve Police Officer with Gaston County Police Department. He served several years as a Patrol Officer before being promoted to Detective in Criminal Investigations. Graham worked major crimes such as homicide, rape, arson, fraud, identity theft, and motor vehicle theft. To address the growing problem of auto-theft in the region, he founded the NC/SC Regional Auto-Theft Task Force which included local, state, and private agencies. As a Detective, Graham frequently used computer technology to trace and track subjects ranging from missing persons to wanted offenders. He has worked many child exploitation cases and is a certified Cellebrite forensic examiner.
Graham has a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and a Graduate Certificate in Security Studies from East Carolina University. He is a member of the North Carolina Homicide Investigators Association and is also an Eagle Scout.
Contact Graham: firstname.lastname@example.org, 704-330-4164
Program Assistant, General and Digital Forensics
Contact Mary:Via Email or phone 704-330-4117