Kelly William Enos - Program Coordinator
Mr. Enos is currently the director of the Administration of Justice program at Los Angeles Mission College and has been on the faculty since 1998. He also serves on the faculty in the department of Criminal Justice and Criminalistics at California State University, Los Angeles. Mr. Enos is a retired Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriff with 10 years of law enforcement experience. In addition to working hundreds of crime scenes during his career, he has also been certified as a crime scene technician with the International Association for Identification.
His specialized training in forensics and crime scene processing includes the following:
Field Evidence Technician course (80 hours) held at California State University, Long Beach September 1997.
5/94: Associate of Science degree from College of the Canyons Valencia, Ca. Administration of Justice
Dr. Elizabeth Miller - Instructor
Dr. Miller has been a faculty member at CSULA since 1997. Her research interests include: forensic anthropology, determination of postmortem interval; paleopathology; Contact studies; and repatriation issues. She has served as the Consulting Anthropologist to the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner/Coroner since 1998. She was elected a provisional member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences in 1999 and Fellow in 2006. Dr. Miller is also a member of the International Association for Identification which established an anthropology section in 2007.
Dr. Miller is also active within the field of paleopathology, and has been a member of the Paleopathology Association since 1985. In 1998 she was a member of the Scientific Programs Committee, which she co-chaired in 1999, and in 1999 and 2000 she served as Local Arrangements Chair, all for the annual meetings of the Association. Dr. Miller was appointed to the Student Concerns Committee of the Paleopathology Association in 1999, and was elected co-Chair of that committee in 2000. She continues in that position.
Additionally, Dr. Miller has been a member of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists since 1985, and began serving on the Career Development Committee in 1995. She continues to serve on this committee. In 2001 she was also appointed to the Student Affairs Committee for a one year term.
Gary Raives - Instructor
Raives graduated from CSUN with a degree in TV, Radio and film production. Raives has been working as a Crime Scene/ Forensic photographer at the Los Angeles Police Department for the last 13 years. He is also a member of the International Association for Identification.
Maria C. Weir - Instructor
Marilyn Dunne - Instructor
Marilyn Dunne is a Senior Forensic Print Specialist with the Los Angeles Police Department and Certified Latent Print Examiner. She has over 31 years of fingerprint, latent print and crime scene experience and has been teaching these subjects for more than 10 years. She is Past President of the California State Division, International Association for Identification.