Forensic accreditation provides confidence in the testing, inspections, and calibrations conducted by governmental and private agencies for use in criminal and civil proceedings.
ANAB only uses subject matter experts with experience in the specific forensic discipline for which the agency is seeking accreditation. Our assessors are highly trained industry experts who meet rigorous technical requirements.
ANAB offers scoping which allows agencies to decide which aspect of their testing, calibration, or inspection to accredit.
ANAB is approved by the FBI’s National DNA Indexing System (NDIS) Procedures Board as an accrediting agency and operates under an MOU with the FBI to provide accreditation and external Quality Assurance Standards (QAS) assessments.
ANAB partners with the International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP) of the Department of Justice to provide accreditation and training services in the international community.
ANAB is the only accrediting body authorized by the New York State Commission on Forensic Science to accredit forensic laboratories to ISO/IEC 17025.
ANAB is recognized under Texas Administrative Code to provide forensic accreditation.
ANAB is authorized by the Maryland Department of Health, Office of Health Care Quality to assess forensic laboratories’ compliance with the Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR).
ANAB is the exclusive provider of accreditation to the America Board of Forensic Toxicology (ABFT) Checklist in conjunction with ISO/IEC 17025.