Jordan Green, M.S.

 

Senior Fellow – Forensics

Guides diverse clients, ranging from defense counsels and law enforcement to judicial and academic institutions, through technical challenges in forensic science, with a focus on firearms examination and laboratory quality standards & processes.
Clinic Accreditation in Boston

About Jordan:

 

A trusted forensic scientist, Jordan brings intellectual rigor to her work in the lab and courtroom, as an experienced firearms examiner, serologist, and manager of quality assurance and accreditation. Whether testifying as an expert witness, conducting casework peer-review, or teaching the latest diagnostic technology and techniques, Jordan enhances credibility on behalf of her clients in judicial as well as academic proceedings.

 

Jordan’s exhaustive work in real-world evidence examination has helped inform her original research in emerging firearms-related technology to take advantage of machine-based capabilities, maximizing otherwise limited resources typically available in forensic laboratories. Jordan has also developed expertise in various gold-standard methods to improve laboratory processes and quality. She is well-versed in the use and optimization of database entry and workflow for the National Integrated Ballistics Information Network (NIBIN), and she conducts ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB) ISO/IEC 17025:2017 assessments of laboratories around the world. Jordan is a frequently invited speaker at academic, governmental, and professional society conferences nationwide.

 

Thanks in part to her leadership, the Tulsa Police Department Forensic Laboratory, where Jordan serves as the Quality Assurance and Accreditation manager, is a multi-year recipient of the Foresight Maximus Award through the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors, putting her department among the best forensics labs in the world.

Expertise:

 

General Forensic Science

  • Casework review: Firearm identification and serology
  • Training in firearm pattern recognition and toolmark comparison
  • Expert testimony
  • Research grant writing

 

Lab Accreditation

  • Technical guidance on the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 and AR3125 accreditation requirements
  • Streamlining processes within accreditation requirements
  • Remote document review

Past Experiences:

 

Tulsa Police Department Forensic Laboratory
Quality Assurance and Accreditation Manager (current)

 

Tulsa Police Department Forensic Laboratory
Senior Forensic Scientist

Education:

 

Marshall University; West Virginia
Master of Science, Forensic Science

 

University of Oklahoma
Bachelor of Science, Zoology