To join the American Academy for
Justice Through Science
Print Out This Form And
As an Academy member,
you will affirm you commitment to law enforcement and judicial personnel (police officers,
investigators, judges), law makers, as well as to
medicine, and other persons who must deal with the forensics of
crime and injury, including doctors, social workers, and insurance claims examiners.
the Academy are multi-disciplinary. Officers of the Academys 1996-2005 Board come
from the areas of psychology, dentistry,
traditional medicine, chiropractic, acupuncture, forensic examinations
in all areas of medicine, both Western medicine
complimentary medicine, the military, accounting, the law and US National HealthCare Security Officers.
The Academy encourages those from different disciplines to join that are interested in
achieving justice through forensic principles of science.
The Academy welcomes
members from many disciplines as well as students who are interested in bettering society
by bringing justice through scientific principles.
q General support membership: Receive AATJS
membership card, and discounts on seminars sponsored by the Academy. Support
membership dues are $285.00 per year.
q Diplomat and Fellow status: General membership
plus option to become a diplomat of the Academy after 2 years.
Membership is $385.00 for the first year with each subsequent year's membership =
$285.00. per year after that.
Lifetime membership: General membership, and
diplomat status. Receive AAJTS publications,
membership card, membership certificate displaying lifetime membership status in The
American Academy for Justice Through Science. You will also receive discounts on seminars
conducted by the Academy and other qualified persons as well as voting privileges on the
Academy's Board. Lifetime membership is $3200.
Cost for international membership will be slightly higher to cover increased postage
Members should try to
attend at least one training seminar (minimum of 8 hours) per year to uphold their
diplomat if so granted,
unless grandfathered during the period of 1995-1997.
of topics to be covered in the AAJTS publications include:
members presently consist of experts in the fields of forensic science, psychology,
medicine, law and law enforcement. AAJTS members may also present recent research and
reports at AAJTS conventions and seminars, if they are qualified, and if the content is
pertinent to the mission of the Academy.
To apply for membership:
out the application (using the reverse side if necessary)
and have three people who are in the
field of "forensic medical
science or advancing investigative medicine" such as Medical examiner, Judge, Certified Fraud Examiner,
Retired FBI, OIG, HHS, DOJ, US Attorney, USSS Agent,
DOD, Disability Analyst, Forensic Police
Security Officer, Fellow
of the American Academy for Justice Through Science,
or persons you believe would be relevant (e.g., Law makers, US
Attorney...), submit a letter of
recommendation. These should be individuals who can attest to your professional ability as
well as to your ethics, integrity and character.
this application or email
a cover letter and curriculum vitae to:
American Academy for Justice Through Science
First, Middle Initial):______________________________ Title (Dr.,Sir.,Ms.,Mr.)
( ) ______--_______ FAX: ( ) _____-- _____ E-Mail:_______________
On the reverse
side of this application, list current professional licenses (including numbers),
professional organizations, publications, presentations/seminars, and people submitting
reference lettersincluding their association and titles.