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, 2nd Vice President of the North Carolina IAI, Previous Board Member of the Association for Crime Scene Reconstruction, and Board Member of the Bloodstain Pattern Analysis of the AAFS Standards Board.
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 acts as a training coordinator and reconstructionist for Delta-5 Labs and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org for any training and coursework inquiries.