About the Journal

The Journal of the National Academy of Forensic Engineers is a technical academic journal (ISSN #2379-3252) published twice per year by the National Academy of Forensic Engineers (NAFE). Objectives of the Journal include nurturing forensic engineering as a distinct body of knowledge, advancing the ethical and professional practice of forensic engineering, serving academy members, and furthering the development of forensic engineers through education and the publication of peer-reviewed technical literature. The Journal publishes papers on case studies in forensic engineering that are of appropriate quality and originality and that demonstrate competence in the subject area. The journal also considers publishing papers on forensic engineering topics that pertain to engineering principles and methodologies rather than analysis of case studies or specific cases that demonstrate forensic engineering best practices.