Commission on Forensic Science
The Commission on Forensic Science was established during the 147th General Assembly by Senate Bill 241. According to Title 29 Chapter 47, §4714:
“The Commission shall provide oversight and guidance to foster professionalism within, and the development and growth of, the Division of Forensic Science. The Commission shall consist of 10 members. The Commissioners shall be the Secretary of the Department of Health and Social Service, the Secretary of the Department of Safety and Homeland Security, the Attorney General, or the Attorney General's designee, the Chief Defender or the Chief Defender's designee, a member of the Delaware State Senate appointed by the President Pro Tempore, a member of the Delaware House of Representatives appointed by the Speaker, a member appointed by the Delaware Police Chiefs Council, a member of the Delaware State Troopers Association or the Fraternal Order of Police with formal training in forensic science appointed by the Secretary of the Department of Safety and Homeland Security with the concurrence of the Governor, and 2 members, appointed by the Governor, who have expertise in forensic science."
For Commission dates and meeting minutes, please visit: https://publicmeetings.delaware.gov/#/search?q=&agencyid=236