Domingo Villarreal joined HFSC in 2015. Mr. Villarreal is HFSC’s deputy director of the Crime Scene Unit/Digital and Multimedia Evidence Section, and has more than 27 years of forensic experience and is an expert in fingerprints and crime scene investigation. He previously served as HFSC’s technical training director and was instrumental as a consultant in building HFSC’s Latent Print Section. Mr. Villarreal retired in 2010 from the Humble Police Department, where he was supervisor of the forensic laboratory. Mr. Villarreal graduated from the FBI’s National Academy. He also worked as a forensic adviser for the U.S. Department of Justice, where he managed training and development initiatives for international projects, among other things. Mr. Villarreal is a certified lead assessor for ISO/IEC 17020 and 17025. He is certified as a senior crime scene analyst by the International Association for Identification.