Law enforcement officers from nine city, state and federal entities are set to attend a digital forensics tools and techniques class at UAH Sept. 29 through Oct. 3. Arranged by UAH's Office of the Vice President for Research, the class will be hosted at UAH's Systems Management and Production (SMAP) Center on Sparkman Drive and will be conducted by the Mississippi State University (MSU) National Forensic Training Center. "While at MSU I worked with my colleague, Dr. David Dampier, to found the National Forensics Training Center which had as its mission offering no cost digital forensics technical training to state and local law enforcement agencies," said Dr. Ray Vaughn, UAH vice president for research. That program was funded for many years by the U.S. Dept. of Justice.