Chairman of the Board
Marv Wilson is a retired Crime Scene Investigator from the City of Coconut Creek Police Department. His career with them spanned from 1987 to July 2014. During his time with Coconut Creek he served in several capacities including Graphic Artist, Reserve Firefighter, Forensic Artist, and Certified Crime Scene Investigator. He also graduated from the FBI Academy’s Forensic Facial Imaging Program in Quantico Virginia. Investigator Wilson is a current member of the International Association for Identification (IAI) and is on their Forensic Art Certification Board. He’s taught classes to law enforcement personnel around the country, crime scene processing to local police departments, and Composite Drawing and Crime Scene Reconstruction through the West Palm Beach Police Department. His credentials include over 420 hours of Criminal Investigation Training through the Metropolitan Police Institute, 420 hours of Forensic Investigation through the Miami Dade Public Safety Training Institute, and attended various Crime Scene classes through the Broward County Crime Scene Unit and Local Police Departments. He also has over 120 hours in Commercial Art and Advertising Design from Oakland Community College and the Detroit Institute of Arts in Detroit, Michigan, a B.A. in Christian Counseling from South Florida Bible College, and prior to his civilian activities, Mr. Wilson served as a Sergeant in Vietnam.