Barry A.J. Fisher, past president of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, spent two decades as the director of the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department’s crime labs. He’s an internationally regarded forensic scientist and leader in his field, and was responsible for conceptualizing, planning and coordinating the new LASD/LAPD crime lab located at California State University named the Hertzberg-Davis Forensic Science Center and the creation of the California Forensic Science Institute. In this interview, he’ll talk about his career, the past and the future state of forensic science, new legislation and how the public can help ensure the betterment of forensic science services. Click here to listen.