Center for Crime, Forensics and Security Analysis

PNW’s Center for Crime, Forensics, and Security Analysis is a multidisciplinary center that brings together expertise in criminal justice, forensic science, cyber security, and forensic accounting.

The center provides education, training, research and development, and forensic science testing services to academia, law enforcement, and legal communities alike. Its aim is to promote the advancement of science while improving the resources needed to ensure public safety at the local, state, and federal level.

Affiliated Faculty

Christian G. Westring, Ph.D.

Director, Center for Crime, Forensics, and Security Analysis

(219) 989-2495

Hammond Campus, GYTE 278

Charles Steele

Charles A. Steele, M.S.

Lecturer of Physical Science

(219) 989-3185

Hammond Campus, GYTE 272

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