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George W. Adams

George W. Adams

Former National Director
National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)
USA

Biography

George W. Adams – former national director of operations, director of financial operations with the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) and program manager of UNT’s (University of North Texas) Center for Human Identification – wrote the book Utilizing Forensic Technologies for Unidentified Human Remains: Death Investigation Resources, Strategies, and Disconnects (Taylor & Francis / CRC Press, Dec. 2015). Adams holds a Master of Arts in Criminology and Criminal Justice (UTA -2013); Lifetime Membership with UTA’s Alumni Association, a Bachelor of Business Administration (UNT- 1972), Advanced Peace Officer’s Certification from the Texas Commission of Law Enforcement and active membership in the Texas Municipal Police Officers Association. Novel technologies and complex investigations became the author's forte during his tenure with Mobil’s Planning and Financial Analysis Division and AMF Worldwide Inc. as its International Operations’ Joint Venture Chief Financial Officer in South America. Adams was honored to support his country as a peace officer with the Fort Worth Police Department while earning his undergraduate degree and serving as an draftee in the United States Marine Corps (USMC) during the Viet Nam Era. The USMC’s intractable core values – honor, courage and commitment (Ductus Exemplo) – became a hallmark of Adams’ actions, publications and rhetoric that follow two vectors: bringing unbiased, agenda free understanding of forensic science to the public; and, elevating the empirical nature of criminal investigations through critical thinking, transparency and integrity

Research Interest

Criminology and Criminal justice