Spring Break, March 13-17: Classes Canceled, Offices Closed:
The university is closed for spring break March 13-17. Normal operations resume March 20.
- Crime Scene Processing
- Crime Scene Photography
- Internship in Forensic Science
Meagan Raddatz is a former crime laboratory director and technical investigator for the Midwest City Police Department. As a technical investigator, Raddatz’s primary responsibilities included the forensic investigation of major and complex minor crime scenes. Her duties included crime scene and evidence preservation and documentation, as well as the scientific analysis of evidence with an emphasis on forensic photography and bloodstain pattern analysis. While in the role of laboratory director, Raddatz oversaw the police department’s Crime Laboratory Unit, as well as the Property and Evidence Division. Raddatz became a Certified Crime Scene Investigator through the International Association for Identification in 2013. Prior to working as a CSI, Raddatz conducted field background investigations as a credentialed federal contractor.
Education and Certifications
- M.S. with Honors, Forensic Science Technical Investigations, University of Central Oklahoma (2010)
- B.A., Psychology, University of Central Oklahoma (2006)
Professional and Community Involvement
Founding Member, National Society of Women in Forensic Science (2018-current)
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