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#4195 - 09/13/01 05:06 AM Forensic Electrical Engineering
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Has anyone had forensic electrical engineering training? Does anyone know where this training and certification can be obtained?
We have need of such a person in our office, but it seems that we don't have anyone trained for this type of work. This is probably one of those areas that would not get used on an everyday basis.
All responses appreciated.

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#4196 - 09/14/01 05:30 AM Re: Forensic Electrical Engineering
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Warren,

You may want to contact Electrical Contractor Magazine. They have a author that writes about case files he has investigated.

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#4197 - 09/14/01 05:36 AM Re: Forensic Electrical Engineering
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Also, EC&M magazine. They have an ongoing series, but it seems that the authors are P.E.s

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