About Delta forensics

 

Mtra. Jassivy Reitnauer M.Psy.

Andrew R. Reitnauer MSFE, CSCSA, CPO                   

     

 

Andrew Reitnauer is a practicing Forensic Scientist with 14 years experience as a Latent Print Examiner and Senior Crime Scene Responder.  As a technical leader and primary trainer within his laboratories, Andrew is responsible for procedure development, and development of the evidence processing program. Andrew is an ASCLD/LAB approved internal auditor for laboratory standards. To date he has examined evidence in over 15,000 cases, 100 crime scenes and has been qualified as an expert witness in courtroom proceedings approximately 85 times.


Andrew’s expertise include Latent Print Examination, Crime Scene Response, Forensic Photography, Obtaining Exemplar Impressions, and Program Development. He has also been a Senior Crime Scene Responder since 2006. He is a certified Senior Crime Scene Analyst (CSCSA) through the IAI.  He has also conducted dozens of training sessions for various forensic practitioners, and has presented at the New York Division and Cheaspeake Bay Division of the IAI conferences, College Seminars and the Northeast Latent Print Forum.


He has been published in the New York Division of the IAI Newsletter, New England Division of the IAI Newsletter, Evidence Technology Magazine, and Fingerprint Whorld, the International Journal of the Fingerprint Society, in addition to authoring chapters in two textbooks. His work has been recognized as the receipient of the Boston Police Department's Commissioner's Distinguished Service Award, and two letters of appreciation from the NYPD Crime Laboratory.



Jassivy Reitnauer holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a master’s degree in humanistic psychotherapy and additional post graduate diplomas in Family and couple’s psychotherapy, criminology and victimology. Ms. Reitnauer has been responsible for the development, implementation, and training aspects of International Accreditation programs in forensic science and psychology worldwide, and has instructed students, psychologists, investigators, and legal entities on various aspects of the recognition of abuse and proper interviewing techniques during the investigative and therapeutic processes.


She has been instructing forensic psychology classes for the past several years in nations including: Mexico, Italy, Spain, Bolivia, Perú, and the United States. Her experience as a forensic psychologist over the past 12 years has served clients in cases heard before family and criminal courts, including tasks as a forensic evaluator, expert witness, and assessments of attorneys and judges with an expert specialization in the victims of sexual crimes of all ages. She is also bilingual, offering services in English and Spanish.