Hayden B. Baldwin, BS, F.B.I.N.A., CS
Hayden B. Baldwin is the Director of Forensic Enterprises, Inc. He retired in 1998 as a Master Sergeant with the Illinois State Police. He graduated from the Illinois State Police Academy in 1970. He worked as a Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer, and Crime Scene Technician. He was promoted to Crime Scene Supervisor in 1987. As a Crime Scene Supervisor his responsibilities include the daily supervision of 7 crime scene investigators in the Chicago area. His crime scene unit handled several hundred death investigations each year. He has more than 18 years experience in crime scene investigations, the last 11 years as the supervisor.
Mr. Baldwin received a BS in Criminal Justice Management from the LaSalle University in Mandeville, LA. He graduated from the F.B.I. National Academy in 1990, Session 162nd and was Certified in 1990 by the International Association for Identification as a Senior Crime Scene Analyst. He is the Past President of the Illinois Division of the I.A.I. and Past Chairman for the Crime Scene Certification Committee. He also served on several committees for the International Association for Identification, including the Instructor Certification Committee, the Management Advisory Board, and Crime Scene Certification Board. He is a Certified Law Enforcement Instructor in Illinois and Arkansas. He is also a Certified Computer Composite Artist Instructor. He is a nationally recognized expert in the recovery of human remains.
Mr. Baldwin teaches courses in Crime Scene Processing, Crime Scene Investigation, 1st Responder, Forensic Evidence for Managers, Crime Scene Photography, Death Investigations, Crime Scene Management, the Recovery of Human Remains and Forensic Computer Composites. He has taught at several Universities, Colleges, Police Academies throughout the country, including the F.B.I. Academy. He has guest lectured on several occasions at symposiums, conferences and seminars. He trained the Illinois State Police Crime Scene Investigators and played a major role in developing their training manual and training program.
Mr. Baldwin is the Lead Instructor in Crime Scene courses at the Criminal Justice Institute under the University of Arkansas System in Little Rock, Arkansas. He is the Lead Instructor in the Basic 6 month Crime Scene Technician Program and the Advanced Crime Scene Technician Program
Mr. Baldwin also is sought as a consultant on crime scenes, locally, nationally and Internationally. He is currently working as an Advisor and Instructor for the Jamaican Constabulary Force Kingston, Jamaica.
Mr. Baldwin has several articles published in the field of crime scene investigation. He is the author and publisher of “A Law Enforcement Manual for the Recovery of Human Remains”
Mr. Baldwin was instrumental in creating a new organization for crime scene examiners called ICSIA, International Crime Scene Investigators Association. He currently serves as the Executive Director of the Association. Additional information can be obtained from ICSIA’s web site at: www.icsia.org
Professional Organizations and Associations include: International Crime Scene Investigators Association, International Association for Identification, Association for Crime Scene Reconstruction, International Association of Blood Pattern Analysts, International Homicide Investigators Association, Illinois Division of I.A.I., and the F.B.I. National Academy Associates.