· International Police Technical
· Planned, developed, and equipped
complete forensic laboratories in Latin America and
· Court qualified forensic science expert
· Faculty Advisor and Adjunct Faculty
Member, Forensic Science Department,
· Dual Masters Degrees in Forensic Science and Security Management, GWU
· Fluent in written and spoken Spanish, knowledgeable in sign language
Owner. Morales Forensic Investigations,
Faculty Advisor and Adjunct Faculty Member. Forensic Sciences Department, George Washington University, Washington, DC Academic advisor to degree students in Security Management and Crime in Commerce (white collar crime). Assistant professorial lecturer in Security Management and Forensic Sciences graduate programs. 1992 - 1998.
International Police Technical Advisor. U.S. Department of Justice,
International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP),
Conducted extensive liaison activities, strategic planning and negotiating with
high-ranking representatives and leaders in overseas posts for the U.S.
Government, as well as with foreign government Supreme Court, Cabinet-level and
National Police officials, in: Argentina, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bolivia,
Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador,
Grenada, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru,
and Trinidad & Tobago. Also interacted with
representatives from the governments of
Served as Acting Program Manager for Bolivia Project (with Attaché
status at U.S. Embassy in
Created detailed multiple year program descriptions and implementation plans, as part of budget acquisition process. Once program funding was finalized, directed and allocated multimillion dollar project budget (approximately $3.5 million).
Conceived and managed an international forensic internship program, which included: conducting needs assessments for participating countries; identifying potential training sites in the U.S. and other nations; evaluating the level of expertise and potential benefit; selecting individuals for training; handling all logistical aspects for intern placement; and monitoring all ongoing training. Required a strong working knowledge of all levels of government and foreign cultures. Established and managed training programs in police organization management, laboratory management, toxicology, serology, questioned documents, drug analysis, forensic chemistry, firearms identification, trace evidence, pathology, crime scene response, fingerprint processing, classification, and information systems, and medicolegal death investigation.
Planned, developed, and equipped complete forensic laboratories in participating countries.
and delivered development of all forms of forensic and investigative techniques
in participating Latin American and
Produced multi-agency technical assistance blueprint for newly
independent states of
first staff of instructors for newly created
Provided instruction and interpretation in various topics in English and
Spanish throughout Latin American and
Special Agent/Examiner of Questioned Documents.
Established interagency cooperative investigation agreement with
investigators at U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Inspector
General's Office, and Deputies at
Conducted extensive risk assessments and established the basis for threat case investigations, monitoring case activity, and providing detailed assessments of ongoing or completed cases of interest to permanent security details, during detail at Intelligence Division. Duties included travel on Presidential intelligence advances, as well as role as threat coordinator for major Presidential candidate's campaign.
Examined all evidentiary aspects of financial crimes and fraud, including handwriting and hand printing comparison, typewriting examination, as well as examination of counterfeit currency and credit cards, government checks and other government obligations, during detail at Forensic Sciences Division as Questioned Document Examiner. February 1985 to July 1989.
Arts in Security Management,
International Association for Identification
International Homicide Investigators Association