WHO WE ARE
The Voice of the Victim
Jameson Forensics was founded in 2021 by retired Dr. (CW4) Kelly T. Jameson. Jameson Forensics has a single mission: to be the voice of the victim for those who have lost a loved one or were the victim of a heinous crime while serving in the military. We approach each of our clients with fresh eyes to develop customized, unique insight.
Dr. Jameson entered the US Army in February 2002 and attended Basic and Advanced Individual Training for Military Police at Fort Leonard Wood, MO. Dr. Jameson was assigned to the 57th Military Police Company in South Korea as a Military Police Officer and a Military Police Investigator. In 2004, Dr. Jameson applied for and was accepted to the CID Special Agent program. Throughout his military career, Dr. Jameson has served in a variety of duty positions including CID Special Agent, Drug Suppression NCOIC, Special Victims Unit Team Chief, Major Crimes Team Chief, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Special Agent in Charge, and Assistant Operations Officer.
Dr. Jameson’s education includes the Primary Leadership Development Course; Warrant Officer Candidate School; Warrant Officer Basic Course, Warrant Officer Advanced Course; Basic Special Agent Course; Protective Service Training Course; Crisis and Hostage Negotiations Course; Child Abuse Prevention and Investigations Course; Domestic Violence Intervention and Techniques; Advanced Crime Scene Investigative Techniques Course; Special Victims Course; and the FBI National Academy, Session 259. CW4 Jameson holds a Master’s degree in Criminology from Boston University, a Master’s degree in Forensic Science from George Mason University, and a Doctorate in Public Safety from Capella University.
Navigating through military jargon and vague responses often leaves people with a dissatisfied taste in their mouth about the government. If you had a loved one pass away or you were a victim of a crime, please give us a call today and see what we can do for you. We can fundamentally break down the investigations, assist in testifying, work hand-in-hand with your attorney, and assist in bringing justice to you and your family.