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Washington Field Office

Wayne D. Lord, Ph.D.

Supervisory Special Agent

Federal Bureau of Investigation

601 4

TH

Street, NW

Washington, DC 20535

(202) 278-2000

wdlord@fbiacademy.edu

SPECIALTY EXPERTISE:

Behavioral Criminology Child Abduction/Homicide Investigation Crime Scene Management Criminal Investigative Analysis

Medical and Forensic Entomology Parasitology

Behavioral Ecology Invertebrate Zoology

Forensic and Behavioral Science Education -Research Program Management

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

Supervisory Special Agent Wayne D. Lord is a 19-year veteran of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and has served in a wide variety of investigative and supervisory positions in the forensic and behavioral sciences. Dr. Lord is currently assigned to the Aviation-Special Operations Group of the FBI’s Washington Field Office (WFO).

From 2001-2004, SSA Lord served as Unit Chief of Behavioral Analysis Unit III (BAU-III), a component of the FBI's Critical Incident Response Group (CIRG). The CIRG is an FBI field entity located at the FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia. Established in May 1994, the CIRG is designed to provide rapid, multidisciplinary assistance to incidents of a crisis nature. BAU-III

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is one of four CIRG Units that comprise the FBI’s National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime (NCAVC). The NCAVC, one of the major components of CIRG, combines

investigative/operational support functions, research, and training in order to provide assistance to Federal, state, local, and foreign law enforcement agencies investigating unusual, bizarre, or repetitive violent crimes. The NCAVC serves as an international resource for law enforcement agencies investigating serial homicide, homicide, child abduction, sexual assault, serial rape, arson/bombing, kidnapping, extortion, stalking, public corruption, threatening communications and counterterrorism matters

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Specifically, Behavioral Analysis Unit-III provides a wide variety of behaviorally based consultation services to time sensitive and complex investigations involving crimes against children. SSA Lord lead a diverse cadre of behavioral scientists, mental health professionals, and Supervisory Special Agents who provide Congressionally mandated operational, research and training services in child abductions, child homicides, mysterious disappearances of children, and child sexual victimization cases. Additionally, Dr. Lord provided management oversight for the NCAVC’s behavioral research program.

Prior to appointment to the NCAVC, SSA Lord served in the Hartford, Connecticut Resident Agency of the New Haven Field Division and the Forensic Science Research and Training Center of the FBI Laboratory Division. SSA Lord's field experience includes the investigation of a wide variety of violent crimes, white-collar crimes, organized crimes and drug offenses. SSA Lord served as an NCAVC Coordinator for the New Haven Division, providing local law enforcement agencies assistance in obtaining criminal investigative analyses,

personality assessments, and other NCAVC services. In addition to a myriad of investigative responsibilities, SSA Lord traveled throughout the United States at the request of FBI

headquarters, the FBI Laboratory Division and the FBI Behavioral Sciences Unit assisting with significant homicide investigations. SSA Lord is internationally renowned for his expertise in forensic entomology, remains detection and recovery, and crime scene analysis.

SSA Lord has served as an FBI field division relief supervisor, SWAT team member, and Bureau pilot.

SSA Lord was promoted and transferred to the Laboratory Division in June 1991. Initially assigned to the Forensic Science Research and Training Center, he provided forensic science instruction to New Agents, National Academy participants, and numerous state and local law enforcement agencies. Additionally, SSA Lord developed and implemented new course curricula, organized international forensic science symposia, and conducted research in the fields of forensic entomology, entomotoxicology, DNA, and child abduction/homicide. SSA Lord managed the research efforts of visiting scientists, interns, and laboratory personnel, and

maintained cooperative research programs with other Federal agencies and academic institutions. SSA Lord has authored over 50 theses, dissertations, scientific papers, and book chapters.

SSA Lord was instrumental in the development and implementation of the FBI's national Evidence Response Team (ERT) program. This effort culminated in the formation of the ERT Unit within the FBI Laboratory Division and the FBI Director’s mandating ERT team

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establishment in FBI field divisions nationwide. SSA Lord served as one of the Evidence Response Team Unit's (ERTU) primary instructors, and as program manager for special events and critical incident responses. SSA Lord traveled extensively throughout the United States providing basic and advanced instruction, administrative guidance, and case consultations to ERT field personnel. SSA Lord has participated in numerous complex multi-agency

investigations including OKBOMB, WACMUR, SPLITRAIL, PENTBOMB and the 1996 Olympic games.

Prior to entering on duty with the FBI in 1986, SSA Lord served as a medical

entomologist/parasitologist for the United States Air Force. He was assigned to the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C., and was adjunct assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine and Tropical Public Health at the F. Edward Herbert School of Medicine, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, in Bethesda, Maryland.

SSA Lord holds academic degrees in biology, entomology/ecology, and zoology. He has co-authored over fifty scientific articles, theses, and book chapters, and lectures extensively throughout the United States and abroad. SSA. Lord has conducted research in the fields of forensic entomology, entomotoxicology, DNA, vertebrate taphonomy, child abduction and child homicide epidemiology, and serial murder.

Dr. Lord’s current research interests included the study of juvenile mortality in social organisms, the behavioral ecology of child abduction and child homicide, the biology of human decomposition, and the ecological aspects of violent crime.

EDUCATION:

Bachelor of Science - Biology (Major), English Literature (Minor) - Eastern University, St. Davids, Pennsylvania 1976.

Master of Science - Entomology and Ecology (Major) - University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware 1978.

Doctorate of Philosophy - Zoology (Major), Parasitology (Minor) - University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire 1982.

POST DOCTORAL TRAINING:

SSA Lord has completed over twenty-five, forty hour advanced training courses in specialized areas relating to both the forensic and biomedical sciences. Law enforcement agencies, scientific organizations, and academic institutions throughout the United States have provided these courses. Additionally, SSA Lord has attended numerous day-long continuing education seminars and classes:

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Forensic Medicine (Basic), Colby College 1982 Forensic Medicine (Advanced), Colby College 1983 Forensic Pathology (Basic), AFIP 1984

SWAT Operations (Basic), FBI 1988

Homicide Investigation (Advanced), FBI 1988

Recovery of Human Remains, Syracuse, NY 1988, 1989 General Police Instructor, FBI 1989

Homicide Investigation (Advanced), Toronto Police 1989 Homicide Investigation (Advanced), Penna. State Police 1989 Criminal Investigative Analysis (Basic), 1990

Criminal Investigative Analysis (Advanced), 1990 Mass Disaster Management, FBI 1990

SWAT Training (Regional), FBI 1990 Location of Human Remains, FBI 1991 Homicide Investigation, Suffolk City, 1991 Forensic Pathology (Advanced), AFIP 1992 Homicide Investigation, NYSP 1992

Violent Crime Investigation (Advanced), FBI 1992 Management for Laboratory Supervisors, FBI 1992 Advances in Toxicology, FBI 1992

Homicide Investigation, El Paso Police 1992 Arson Investigation, FBI 1993

Death Investigation (Advanced), FBI 1993 Human Remains Recovery, FBI 1993 Statement Analysis, FBI 1996

Interpersonal Violence, FBI 1997 School Violence, FBI 1999

Homicide Investigation, University of New Haven 2000 Criminal Investigative Analysis (Advanced), FBI 2000 School Violence, FBI 2001

Workplace Violence, FBI 2002 Domestic Violence, FBI 2003

New England Forensic Sciences Seminar, Colby College 2003 American Academy of Religion Annual Seminar, 2002, 2003 Internet Sexual Victimization of Children, FBI 2004

Forensic Science and Criminal Justice (NCAVC Continuing Education Seminars)

Threat Assessment; Mr. Gavin de Becker, FBI Academy, 12/98.

Kidnapping Survival: A Victim’s Perspective, Ms. Anita Woolridge, FBI Academy, 02/99. Advances in Forensic Anthropology, Dr. William Rodriguez, FBI Academy, 01/99.

Statement Analysis; Dr. Donald Foster, FBI Academy, 04/99

Neuro-linguistic Programming in Interview/Interrogation, Dr. Calum Shand, FBI Academy, 08/99.

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Geographic Profiling; Dr. Kim Rossmo, FBI Academy, 07/99. Interpersonal Violence; SSA Ken Lanning, FBI Academy, 10/99. Statement Analysis; SSA Susan Adams, FBI Academy, 10/99.

Abnormal Psychology; SSA George DeShazor, FBI Academy, 11/99. Forensic Psychiatry; Dr. Park Dietz, FBI Academy, 12/99, 03/04.

Criminal Investigative Analysis; Mr. Roy Hazelwood, FBI Academy, 12/99, 05/04. Interviewing Children, Ms. Kim Poyer, FBI Academy, 1/00.

White House Conference on Missing, Exploited, and Runaway Children, 10/02. Psycopathy Evaluation, Dr. Robert Hare, FBI Academy, 10/02.

Terrorism, Perspectives and Issues, Dr. Rohan Gutneratna, FBI Academy, 04/04.

Biomedical Sciences

Clinical Parasitology, Dartmouth College, School of Medicine (1984). Diagnostic Parasitology, Harvard University, School of Public Health (1984).

Military Medical Service Officers’ Medical Indoctrination, USAF School of Health Care Sciences, Shepard AFB, Texas (1983).

Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever Epidemiology, Centers for Disease Control, San Juan, Puerto Rico, (1985).

FACULTY APPOINTMENTS:

Cornell University/University of New Hampshire Shoals Marine Laboratory

Isles of Shoals, Maine

Research and Teaching Staff, 1979-1986; 2003-Present. Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Herbert School of Medicine

Bethesda, Maryland

Adjunct Faculty, 1983-1986

Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Walter Reed Army Medical Center Washington, DC

Adjunct Faculty, 1983-1996 University of New Haven

Henry Lee Institute of Forensic Science New Haven, Connecticut

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Adjunct Faculty, 1987-1991

Office of the Chief Medical Examiner State of Connecticut

Farmington, Connecticut

Consultant – Forensic Entomology, 1987-1991 University of Virginia

Charlottesville, Virginia

Adjunct Faculty (FBI Academy Campus) 1991-2004

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

Biological and Biomedical Sciences:

SSA Lord has provided specialized course instruction at the Undergraduate, Graduate, and Medical School level at a variety of colleges and universities including University of Delaware, University of New Hampshire, University of New Haven, Cornell University, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, University of Virginia, Virginia

Technological University (VCU), Mary Washington College, Randolph-Macon College and the United States Air Force Academy. Lectures have been provided on the following subjects:

Introductory Biology *Histology

Communicable Disease Biology *Forensic Entomology

Invertebrate Zoology Decomposer Ecology

*Arachnology Human Anatomy and Physiology

General Entomology Marine Biology

*Medical Zoology Behavioral Ecology

* Clinical Parasitology Marine Mammal Biology

*Medical Entomology *Deployment Medicine

*Indicates Graduate-level and/or Medical School instruction.

Behavioral and Forensic Sciences

SSA Lord has provided invited lectures on a wide variety of forensic science topics including Forensic Entomology, Human Decomposition, Recovery of Human Remains, Crime Scene Analysis, Crime Scene Management, the Collection/Preservation of Forensic Evidence, Criminal Investigative Analysis, Child Abduction Investigation, Serial Homicide Investigation and Criminal Profiling, to local, state and federal law enforcement agencies throughout the United States and abroad, and to academic and professional societies and organizations. These include, but are not limited to:

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Law Enforcement Agencies and Organizations

Colonel Henry F. Williams Homicide Seminar, New York State Police.* Annual Homicide Training Course, New York City Police.*

Medical Investigations Training Seminar, Suffolk County, New York, OCME. Homicide Symposium, Morris County, New Jersey Prosecutor’s Office.* Southwest Regional Homicide Symposium, El Paso, Texas*

Northwest Regional Homicide Symposium, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Medical Investigator’s Course, Albuquerque, New Mexico OCME.* Forensic Pathology Seminar, Harvard Associates in Police Science.* National Death Investigation Conference, Dallas, Texas.

Advanced Crime Scene Symposium, Connecticut State Police, Meriden, CT.* Annual Meeting, International Homicide Investigators Association.*

Remains Recovery Symposium, Massachusetts State Police, Boston, MA. Annual Meeting, Virginia State Forensic Association, Virginia Beach, VA. Virginia Homicide Investigators Association, Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Basic Forensic Pathology Course, Armed Forces Inst. of Pathology, Washington, DC. Metro Homicide Investigation Course, U.S. Attorney’s Office, Washington, DC.* Mid-West Violent Crime Seminar, Ann Arbor, Michigan.*

Death Investigation Seminar, Govt. Reservations Crime Program, FBI Academy. Advanced Death Investigation Seminar, FBI Academy.*

Advanced Violent Crime Symposium, FBI Academy.

Advanced Homicide Symposium, Toronto Police Department , Toronto, Canada. Advanced Forensic Pathology Course, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology.*

Child Abduction and Serial Homicide Symposium, Italian National Police, Rome, Italy. Basic Arson Investigation Course, FBI Academy.*

Homicide Symposium, Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, Minneapolis, MN Forensic Science Symposium, Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA. Forensic Science Symposium, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Beltsville, MD. Forensic Science Symposium, Boston Museum of Science, Boston, Massachusetts. Forensic Science Symposium, University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland. Annual Meeting, Mid-Pacific Association of Forensic Sciences, San Francisco, CA Annual Crimes Against Children Conference, Dallas, TX.

Annual Regional Violent Crime Symposium, Cincinnati, OH.

Academic Institutions

Department of Biological Sciences, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, VA. Department of Entomology, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware.*

Department of Entomology, Virginia Tech. University, Blacksburg, Virginia. Department of Biological Sciences, Eastern College, St. Davids, Pennsylvania. Department of Chemistry, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs,

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Colorado.

Department of Preventive Medicine, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland.

Department of Entomology, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. School of Law, Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania.

Department of Psychology, University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia.

Department of Criminal Justice, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA Department of Biological Sciences, Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, VA.

Other Professional Organizations

Occupational and Environmental Health Symposium, U.S. Navy, Norfolk, Virginia. Annual Meetings, American Entomological Society, Washington, DC.*

Smithsonian Associates, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC. Annual Conference, USFDA, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.

Mass Disaster Symposium, Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, DC Annual National Meetings, International Association for Identification* Annual National Meetings, American Academy of Forensic Sciences.* Annual Meetings, International Homicide Investigators Association.*

* indicates multiple invited presentations given to the same organization in different years.

International Symposia:

SSA Lord has provided invited presentations to and/or participated in the planning and organization of the following International Symposia sponsored by the United States Department of Justice and the FBI:

International Symposium on the Forensic Aspects of Mass Disasters and Crime Scene Reconstruction (1990).

International Symposium on the Forensic Aspects of Trace Evidence (1991). International Symposium on the Forensic Aspects of Toxicology (1992). International Homicide Investigators Symposium (2000),

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International Symposium on School Violence (2001).

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International Symposium on Domestic Violence (2003)

International Symposium on the Internet Sexual Abuse of Children (2004)

OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Evidence Response Team (ERT) - Major Case Management:

Following completion of New Agent’s training in 1986, SSA Lord was assigned to the Hartford, CT Resident Agency of the FBI’s New Haven Field Division, and was subsequently promoted to SSA and transferred to the Forensic Science Research and Training Center (FSRTC) of the FBI Laboratory Division in 1991. In addition to providing forensic science instruction to New Agents, the FBI National Academy, and to numerous domestic and foreign law

enforcement agencies, SSA Lord was instrumental in the conceptualization, development, and management of the FBI’s national Evidence Response Team (ERT) program. Dr. Lord served as one of the Evidence Response Team Unit’s (ERTU) primary instructors and as program manager for special event and critical incident response.

SSA Lord traveled extensively throughout the United States providing basic and advanced instruction, administrative guidance, and case consultations to ERT field personnel. SSA Lord has participated in numerous complex multi-agency investigations including OKBOMB, WACMUR, SPLITRAIL, PENTBOMB and the 1996 Olympic games.

Additionally, SSA Lord has provided 40-hour Evidence Response Team (ERT) Crime Scene Management and Processing Courses, including lectures on crime scene management, trace evidence, serology/DNA, impression evidence, toxicology, firearms evidence, document evidence, chemical evidence, medico-legal evidence, remains detection and recovery, crime scene safety issues, and practical field exercises to the following 38 FBI Field Divisions including:

Chicago, Kansas City, Richmond, San Antonio, Honolulu, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Cleveland, Anchorage, El Paso, Detroit, Houston, Atlanta, Dallas, Minneapolis, Seattle, Boston, St. Louis, Columbia, Norfolk, Miami, New York, Newark, Omaha, Oklahoma, San Juan,

Charlotte, Pittsburgh, Jacksonville, Mobile, Tampa, Indianapolis, Phoenix, Milwaukee, Knoxville, Springfield, San Diego, and Sacramento Division

Criminal Investigative Analysis:

The process of Criminal Investigative Analysis (CIA) entails the application of

psychology, psychiatry, behavioral criminology, and forensic technology to the criminal justice and law enforcement arena. CIA is an investigative, forensic, and behaviorally based

investigative tool utilized to assist law enforcement in the solution of unsolved crimes. It employs psychological concepts and principles in the assessment of offender behavior and personality characteristics. CIA is a comprehensive method of reviewing and assessing the facts

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of a criminal act, or series of criminal acts, by personnel who have extensive investigative experience, specialized academic training, and have participated in research involving violent offenders. CIA entails an in-depth, multidisciplinary review of submitted case materials from investigative, forensic, and behavioral perspectives and often includes an analysis of an

offender's behavior and interaction with his/her victim(s), as exhibited during the commission of a crime, or as evidenced in the crime scene.

Dr. Lord has provided criminal investigative analysis (CIA) services to state, local, and federal law enforcement agencies involved in the investigation of unresolved child abductions, child homicides, mysterious disappearances of children, single and multiple adult victim homicides, serial murders, spree killings, serial sexual assaults, arsons, bombings, extortion matters, threats of violence, and weapons of mass destruction (WMD) cases.

Dr. Lord has provided CIA consultation services to law enforcement agencies in all 50 United States, Puerto Rico, the District of Columbia, Guam, and the following foreign countries:

Canada Mexico

Australia New Zealand

Germany* France

Belgium Israel

Ghana* Kenya*

South Africa* Japan United Kingdom Costa Rica Italy*

(*indicates on-site foreign deployment)

Aviation and Special Operations:

Dr. Lord is an instrument-rated, multi-engine, commercial pilot with operational and transportation experience in a variety of piston and turbine powered aircraft. Additionally, he served as a member and EMT for the FBI’s New Haven Division SWAT team from 1987-1991.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:

1996 - Present National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime, FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia:

Focus: Methodologies for the Detection/Recovery of Human Remains; The Ecology and Epidemiology of Child Abduction/Homicide; The Ecology and Epidemiology of Serial Homicide; The Epidemiology of Infant Abduction; and the Taphonomy of Child-sized Human Remains.

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Cooperative research was conducted with the University of California at Los Angeles, the Louisiana State University, the University of Hawaii, and Drexel University.

1986 - 1996 Laboratory Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, D.C.

Focus: The Use of Insects as Forensic Indicators; Entomotoxicology; the Isolation, Amplification and Typing of Human DNA from Arthropod Bloodmeals .

Cooperative Research was conducted with the University of Miami School of Medicine and the Department of Biological Sciences, University of Hawaii.

1982 - 1986 United States Air Force, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C., Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine, Bethesda, Maryland.

Focus: The Global Epidemiology of Arthropod Borne Diseases; Clinical Diagnosis of Human Parasitic Illnesses; The Use of Insects as Forensic Indicators.

1978 - 1982 Department of Zoology, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire and Shoals Marine Laboratory, Portsmouth, NH.

Focus: The Ecology of Carrion Communities; Competition between Populations of Encrusting Marine Invertebrates; The Ecology of Marine Mammal Populations; Inter-specific Predation Between Black-backed and Herring Gull Species; Epidemiology of Swine Ascariasis; Ecology of Coastal Mosquito Populations.

1976 - 1978 Department of Entomology and Applied Ecology, University of Delaware, Newark, DE.

Focus: The Ecology and Behavior of Social Wasp Populations; Incidence of Rabies in Local Bat Populations; The Ecology of Box Turtles.

1975 -1976 Department of Biological Sciences, Eastern University, St. Davids, PA.

Focus: The Ecology of Carrion Communities in Eastern Pennsylvania With Special Reference to the Insects.

1974 United States Atomic Energy Commission, Arid Lands Ecology Laboratory, Hanford Reservation, Hanford, Washington.

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PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY AND ORGANIZATION AFFILIATIONS:

Sigma Zeta, National Biological Honor Society-Charter Member, Alpha Chi Chapter (C) Society of Sigma XI (C)

American Society of Parasitologists (F)

American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (F) Washington Tropical Medicine Association (F)

American Registry of Professional Entomologists (F) Entomological Society of America (F)

Mid-Atlantic Forensic Pathology Association (F) Society of Vector Ecologists (F)

International Homicide Investigators Association (C) American Academy of Forensic Sciences (C)

International Association for Identification (F) Williams Associates in Forensic Science (C) Harvard Associates in Police Science (C)

International Criminal Investigative Analysis Fellowship (C) Animal Behavior Society (C)

(C) Indicates Current, (F) Indicates Former

EDITORIAL BOARD AFFILIATIONS:

American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology Journal of Forensic Sciences

Journal of Medical Entomology Journal of Homicide Studies Journal of Interpersonal Violence

ADVISORY BOARD AFFILIATIONS:

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) Project ALERT

Arlington, Virginia

Department of Justice (DOJ)

Federal Agency Task Force on Missing and Exploited Children Washington, DC

International Homicide Investigator’s Association (IHIA) Fredericksburg, Virginia

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PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS:

Senior Crime Scene Analyst, Crime Scene Certification Board,

International Association for Identification 1990-2002

Fellow,

Pathology/Biology Section,

American Academy of Forensic Sciences 1995-Present

Diplomat,

American Board of Forensic Entomology 1995-Present

Fellow

International Criminal Investigative Fellowship (ICIAF) 1996-Present

Honorary Member

Associazone Italiana Psicologia Investigativa Italian Association of Investigative Psychology 2004-Present

Honorary Member

Harvard Associates in Police Science 19956Present

(Dr. Lord has been qualified as an expert witness in both State and Federal Courts).

AWARDS AND GRANTS:

1972-1976 Gordon-Palmer Pre-Medical Scholarship, Eastern University, St. Davids, PA 1976-1978 McIntire-Stennis Research Fellowship, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 1980-1981 Graduate Research Fellowship, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH 1982 Graduate Dissertation Fellowship, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH

1987 Department of Defense, Joint Services Commendation Medal, in recognition of superior military medical service.

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1997 Presidential Citation for Outstanding Alumni Achievement, University of Delaware, in recognition of exemplary public and professional service.

2000 Arnold Markle Award in Forensic Science, University of New Haven, in recognition of outstanding contributions to the field of forensic science.

PUBLICATIONS:

Theses and Dissertations:

Undergraduate Thesis - 1976. Insect Succession on Dog Carcasses in Eastern Pennsylvania. Eastern College, St. Davids, PA. 42 pp.

Master's Thesis-1978. Foraging, Colony Productivity and Competition in the Yellow Jacket Wasp Vespula maculifrons (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). University of Delaware, Newark, DE. 39 pp.

Doctoral Dissertation-1982. The Ecology of Carrion Communities in Maritime-terrestrial Habitats: An Insular Study of Gull, Seal, and Rodent Decomposition. University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH. 119 pp.

PUBLISHED PAPERS:

Lord, W.D., 1977. The Occurrence of Pestiferous Vespula spp. in Northern Delaware. Entomol. News 88: 7 & 8, 193-196.

Lord, W.D., Nicolson, D.A. and Roth, R.R., 1977. Foraging Behavior and Colony Drift in Vespula maculifrons (Hymenoptera: Vespidae).J.N.Y. Entomol, Soc. 84(4): 25.

Halley, M.R. and Lord, W.D., 1977. Cattle Egret-Deer Mutualism. Bulletin of the Wilson Ornithological Society 89(2): 155-156.

Lord, W.D. and Roth, R.R., 1978. Is there Intra-specific Competition in Vespula maculifrons (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). J.N.Y. Entomol. Soc. 95(4): 56-57.

Lord, W.D. and Bullock, W.L., 1982. Swine Ascarid Infections in Humans, New England Journal of Medicine 306(18): 113.

Lord, W.D. and Burger, J.F., 1983. Collection and Preservation of Forensically Important Entomological Materials. Journal of Forensic Sciences 28(4): 936-944.

Lord, W.D. and Burger, J.F., 1983. Arthropods Associated with Harbor Seal (Phoca vitulina) Carcasses Stranded Along the New England Coast. Intern. Journ. Entomol. 26(3): 282-285.

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Lord, W.D. and Burger, J.F., 1984. Arthropod Associates of Herring Gull (Larus argentatus) and Great Black-backed Gull (Larus marinus) Carcasses on Islands in the Gulf of Maine.

Environmental. Entomol. 13: 1261-1268.

Lord, W.D. and Roth, R.R., 1985. Density, Dispersion, and Reproduction Success in Vespula maculifrons. Amer. Midl. Nat. 113(2): 353-360.

Roth, R.R. and Lord, W.D., 1987. Cycles of Queen Size and Abundance in a Population of Vespula maculifrons. Environ. Entomol. 16: 649-652.

Lord, W.D. and Stevenson, J.R., 1985. Directory of Forensic Entomologists. Misc. Publ. Armed Forces Pest Mgt. Board, Washington, D.C. 20 pp.

Lord, W.D. and Stevenson, J. R., 1986. Directory of Forensic Entomologists. 2ed. Misc. Publ. Armed Forces Pest Mgt. Board, Washington, D.C. 42 pp.

Lord, W.D., 1986. The Blue Blow Fly, Calliphora vicina, as an Indicator of Time of Death in a Case of Homicide in Suburban Washington, D.C. Bull. Soc. Vector Ecol. 11(2): 271-275. Lord, W.D. and Catts, E.P., 1986. The Use of Lucilla illustris (Diptera: Calliphoridae) to

Estimate Post-Mortem Interval in a Case of Homicide from Fort Lewis, Washington, USA. Bull. Soc. Vector Ecol. 11(2): 276-280.

Lord, W.D. and Rodriquez, W. 1989. The Use of Insects in the Investigation of Homicide and Untimely Death. J. Amer. District Attorney's Association 22(3): 41-49.

Nolte, Kurt B., Pinder, Richard D., and Lord, Wayne D., 1992. Entomotoxicology: Detection of Cocaine Poisoning in a Decomposed Body. Journal of Forensic Sciences 37(4): 1179-1185. Lord, W.D., Adkins, T.R., and Catts, E.P., 1992. Use of Synthesiomyia nudesita (Van Der Wulp) ( Diptera: Muscidae) and Calliphora vicina (Robineau-Desvoidy)

(Diptera:Calliphoridae) to Estimate the Time of Death of a Body Buried Under a House. Journal of Agricultural Entomology 9(4): 227-235.

Lord, W.D., and Goff, M.L., 1993. Forensic Entomology: Insects in the Investigation of Violent Crime. In: Proceeding of the International Symposium on Mass Disasters and Crime Scene Reconstruction, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. pp. 163-171.

Goff, M.L. and Lord, W.D., 1993. Use of Insects as Toxicological Indicators: Recent Advances. In: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Trace Evidence Analysis, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. pp.113-122.

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Lord, W.D., Goff, M.Lee, Adkins, T.R., and Haskell, N.H., 1994. Insects as Forensic Indicators: The Use of the Black Soldier Fly, Hermetia Illuscens (Diptera: Stratiomidae), as a Measure of Human Post-Mortem Interval. Journal of Forensic Sciences 39(1): 215-222.

Goff, M. Lee, and Lord, W.D. 1994. Entomotoxicology: A New Area for Forensic Investigation. Amer. J. of Forensic Medicine and Pathology 15(1): 51-57.

Siver, Peter A., Lord, W.D., and McCarthy, Donald J. 1994. Forensic Limnology: The Use of Freshwater Algal Community Ecology to Link Suspects to an Aquatic Crime Scene in Southern New England. Journal of Forensic Sciences 39(3): 847-853.

Replogle, J., Lord, W.D., Budowle, B., Meinking, T., and Taplin,D., 1994. Identification of Host DNA by Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism (AMP-FLP) Analysis of Human Crab Louse Excreta. Journal of Medical Entomology 31(5): 686-690.

Miller, M.L., Lord, W.D., Goff, M.L., Donnelly, B., McDonough, E.T. and Alexis, J.C., 1994. Isolation of Amitriptyline and Nortriptyline from Fly Puparia (Phoridae) and Beetle Exuviae (Dermestdiae) Associated with Mummified Human Remains. Journal of Forensic Sciences 39(5): 1305-1313.

Miller, M.L., Martz, R., Donnelly, B., Lord, W.D., and McDonough, E., 1994. Cocaine in Keratin Specimens: Hair and Nails, a Comparison. Forensic Science International.

Schoenly, K., Goff, M.L. Wells, J.D. and Lord, W.D., 1996. Quantifying Statistical Uncertainty in Entomology-Derived Estimates of the Postmortem Interval in Death Scene Investigations. American Entomologist (Summer) 1997:106-111.

Goff, M.L., Miller, M.L., Paulson, J.D., Lord, W.D., Richards, E Omori, A.I., 1997. Effects of 3, 4-methylenedioxy methamphetamine in decomposing tissue on the development of

Parasarcophaga ruficornis and detection of the drug in postmortem blood, liver tissue, larvae and puparia. Journal of Forensic Sciences 42(2): 276-280.

Lord, W.D., Dizinno, J.A., Wilson, M.R., Budowle, B., Taplin, D., and Meinking, T., 1998. Isolation, Amplification, and Sequencing of Human Mitochondrial DNA Obtained From Human Crab Louse, Pthirus Pubis (L.), Blood Meals. Journal of Forensic Sciences 43(5): 1097-1100. Lord, W. D., Lent, C., Wade, C., and Chang, C. M. 1999. School and Juvenile Violence: A View of the Literature. National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime. FBI, 173 pp.

Boudreaux, M.C., Lord, W.D., and Dutra, R.L., 1999. Abducted and Murdered Children: Analysis of Victim, Offender, and Offense Characteristics in 550 Cases of Child Victimization. Journal of Forensic Sciences 44(3): 539-553.

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Historical Perspectives, Child Maltreatment 5(1): 63-71.

Boudreaux, Monique C., Lord, W.D. and Jarvis, J. P., 2001. Understanding Child Homicide: the Role of Access, Vulnerability, and Routine Activities Theory. Trauma, Abuse and Violence 2(1): 56-78.

Lord, W.D., Boudreaux, M. C., and Lanning, K. V., 2001. Investigating Potential Child Abduction Cases: Developmental Perspectives on Child Victimization. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. April, 1-10.

Lord, W.D., Boudreaux, M.C., Jarvis, J. Waldvogel, J. and Weeks, H., 2002. Comparative Patterns in Life Course Victimization: Competition, Social Rivalry, and Predatory Tactics in Child Homicide in the United States. J. of Homicide Studies, 6(4): 235-247.

Dizinno, J.A., Lord, W.D., Collins-Morton, M.B., Wilson, M.R., and Goff, M.L. 2002.

Mitochondrial DNA Sequencing of Beetle Larvae (Nitidulidae:Omosita) Recovered from Human Bone. J. of Forensic Sciences 47(6):1337-1339.

Kraemer, Gretchen, Lord, Wayne D., and Heilbrun, Kirk., 2004. Comparing Single and Serial Homicide Offenses. Behavioral Sciences and the Law 22: 1-19.

Boudreaux, Monique C., and Lord, Wayne D., 2005. Combating Child Homicide: Preventive Policing in the New Millennium. J. of Interpersonal Violence 20(4): 380-387.

Morton, R. J., and Lord, W. D., 2006. Predator and Scavenger Activity on Child Sized Remains, Journal of Forensic Sciences (In press).

Lord, W.D., Strohman, L., Boudreaux, J. Waldvogel, J. and Weeks, H., 2006. Paternity Confusion: Strategies for Mate Retention and Resource Allocation in Neonate and Infant Abduction. J. of Interpersonal Violence, (manuscript in preparation).

PUBLISHED BOOK CHAPTERS:

Lord, W.D., 1991. Case Histories of the Use of Insects in Criminal Investigations. In: Catts, E.P. and N.H. Haskell, eds., Entomology and Death. A Procedural Guide, Joyce's Printshop, Clemson, S.C. 9-37 pp.

Lord, W.D. and Rodriquez, W.D., 1993. Forensic Entomology and its use in the Determination of Time Since Death In: Medicolegal Investigation of Death. W.U. Spitz, ed., Thomas

Springfield, IL. 65-70.

Goff, M. Lee, and Lord, Wayne D., 2002 Forensic Entomology. In: Forensic Methods in Human Identification. Lorente, J. and Lorente M. eds., Biotechniques Inc. (In Press).

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Goff, M. Lee, and Lord, Wayne D., 2001. Entomotoxicology. In: The Utility of Arthropods in Criminal Investigations, Byrd, J. and Castner R. eds., CRC Press, 331-340.

Morton, Robert J., and Lord, Wayne D. 2002. Environmental and Taphonomic Features of Decomposition in Child-Sized Remains. In: Forensic Taphonomy II. Haguland, W. and Sorg, M. eds., CRC Press, 151-170.

Haskel, N., Lord, W. D., Byrd, J. 2001. Collection and Preservation of Forensically Important Arthropods. In: Utility of Arthropods in Criminal Investigations, Byrd, J. and Castner R. eds, CRC Press, 81-120.

Lord, W. D., and Goff, M. L. 2002. Forensic Entomology: The Application of Entomological Methods to the Investigation of Untimely Death. In: Handbook of Forensic Pathology, Froede, R.C. editor, College of American Pathologists, 423-436.

Boudreaux, M. C. and Lord. W.D. 2002. Child Homicide. In: Encyclopedia of Trauma and Abuse, Conte, J. editor, Academic Press (In Press).

Lord, W.D. and Morton, R. J., 2004. Criminal Profiling. In: Encyclopedia of Forensic and Legal Medicine, Jason Payne-James editor, Elsevier (In Press).

PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS (1990-2000):

1990. Lord, W. D., and Rodriguez, W. C., Decompositional and Entomological Evidence in the Investigation of Child Abuse and Homicide. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.

1990. Lord, W. D. and Rodriguez, W. C., Insects as Post Mortem Indicators: A Case of

Quadruple Homicide/Suicide from the Northeastern United States. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.

1992. Lord, W. D., and McDonough, E. T., Ground Penetrating Radar: Uses in Crime Scene Searching. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, p 106.

1992. Lord, W. D., McDonough, E. T. and Rodriguez, W. C., Detection and Recovery of Skeletalized Human Remains from Multi-victim Residential Burial Site: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, pp105-106.

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Lessons in Search/Recovery and Crime Scene Reconstruction. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, p109.

1992. Lord, W. D., and Goff, M. L., Insects as Forensic Indicators: The Use of the Black Soldier Fly, Hermetia illucens (Diptera: Stratiomyiadae) as an Indicator of Human Post Mortem Interval. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, p159.

1993. Lord W. D. , Rodriguez, W. C., and Goff, M. L., Insect Colonization and Time Since Death: Observations on the Role of Physical, Chemical and Environmental Barriers. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, p137.

1993. Siver, P. A., Lord, W. D., and McCarthy, D. J., Forensic Limnology: The Use of Diatom and Freshwater Algal Community Ecology to Link Suspects to an Aquatic Crime Scene in Southern New England. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. p65. 1993. Lord, W. D. , Donnelley, B., and McDonough, E. T., Isolation of Amitriptyline and

Nortriptyline from Spent Fly Puparia (Phoridae) and Cast Beetle Skins (Dermestidae) Associated with Mummified Human Remains., Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, p. 137.

1994. Lord, W. D., and Goff, M. L., Forensic Implications of Myiasis by Calliphoridae (Diptera) Larvae., Prodeedings of the American Acadmey of Forensic Sciences, p.86.

1994. Goff, M. L., and Lord, W. D., Hanging Out at the Sixteenth Hole: Problems in Estimation of Post Mortem Interval Using Entomological Techniques in Cases of Death by Hanging., Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, p. 158.

1995. Rodriguez, W. C., and Lord, W. D., Bee and Wasp Colonization of a Mummified Brain and its Use in Determination of Time Since Death., Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (1):175.

1995. DiZinno, J. A., Wilson, M. R., and Lord, W. D., Mitochondrial DNA Sequencing of Beetle Larvae (Nitidulidae : Omisita) Attached to Human Bone., Proceedings of the American

Academy of Forensic Sciences (1):131.

1996. Cloud, M., and Lord, W. D., Abducted and Murdered Children: A Preliminary Assessment of Victim and Offender Characteristics. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (2):186.

1997. Boudreaux, M., and Lord, W. D., Abducted and Murdered Children: Victim and Offender Characteristics., Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (3):173.

1999. Boudreaux, M., and Lord. W. D., The Predictive Value of Victim Age in the Analysis of Child Abduction: A Review of 550 Cases of Childhood Victimization., Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (5):123-124.

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1999. Morton, R. J., and Lord, W. D., Taphonomic Effects on Child Sized Remains Located in Surface Deposit and Shallow Burial Disposal Sites., Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (5):188.

2000. Witte, G., and Lord, W. D., The Epidemiology of Serial Homicide: Differential Offense Characteristics Based on Offender Intent and Victim-Offender Relationship., Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (6):242.

2000. Morton, R. J., and Lord, W. D., Predator and Scavenger Activity on Child Sized Remains Located in Surface Deposit and Shallow Burial Sites., Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (6): 211.

PUBLISHED PHOTOGRAPHS:

1981. Lord, W. D., Feeding and Nesting Behavior of Vespula maculifrons, In: The Yellow Jackets of America North of Mexico, Akre R. D. ed., USDA Handbook Number 552, (p.67) 102pp.

GRADUATE RESEARCH SUPERVISION:

SSA Lord has supervised the research activities and/or served as a member of the graduate research committees for the following masters and doctoral candidates:

1996. Monique Y. Boudreaux (Cloud), Abducted and Murdered Children: Behavioral Analyses of Victims, Offenders, and Remains Disposal Methodologies, Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles, CA.

1998. William A. Kurtz, Who Steals Our Children: Analysis of Abducted and Murdered Children, Relating to Offender, Victim, and Offenders’ Criminal History., Master of Science, Department of Criminal Justice, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA.

1999. Charles L. Regini, Human Remains Detection and Location Methodologies for Child Abduction-Homicide Cases, Master of Arts, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.

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Psychology, Medical College of Pennsylvania-Hahnemann University, Philadelphia, PA.

2000. Melissa L. Thomas, Comparative Behavioral Analysis of School and Workplace Violence. Master of Science, Department of Psychology, Catholic University, Washington, DC.2001. 2001. Jonathan A. Dudek, Serial Homicide of Prostitutes: A Behavioral Analysis., Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Clinical Psychology, Medical College of Pennsylvania-Hahnemann University, Philadelphia, PA.

2001. James J. McNamara, Frequency of Serial Sexual Homicide Victims. Master of Science, Department of Criminal Justice, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA.

2002. Robert Morton, Behavioral Patterns in Serial Sexual Assault. Department of Criminal Justice, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA.

2002. Kevin L. Kelm, Bombers: Comparative Analyses of Adult and Juvenile Offenders. Master of Science, Department of Criminal Justice, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA.

2005. Lisa K. Strohman, Epidemiology of Infant Abduction: A Behavioral Analysis. Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Clinical Psychology, Medical College of Pennsylvania-Hahnemann University, Philadelphia, PA.

2005. Abigail Germillion, Delayed Colonization of Arthropods and Anthropological Implications to Decomposition in Child Sized Remains. Master of Science, Department of Anthropology, Louisiana State University.

2006. Tomika Stevens, Analyzing Child Victimization Patterns and Offender Mental Health History in child Abductions. Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Clinical Psychology, Drexel University.

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