Drawing lesson from the U.S. OSAC model in developing the standardization of forensic science in China
Tao Yuting;Lu Jiangxin;Yuan Li;The Key Laboratory of Evidence Law and Forensic Science of the Ministry of Education,CUPL;
The establishment of forensic science standards in the United States was originally initiated by private organizations, and the standard sources were relatively scattered. The standards were not unified until the federal government reorganized the standardization management. Such standardization management transformation from decentralization to centralization is highly effective and fruitful. The early development of the U.S. forensic science standardization is similar to the current uncoordinated forensic science standardization in China. This paper will mainly introduce the U.S. Organization of Scientific Area Committees(OSAC) model, and analyze the enlightenment of the standardization management work to the development of forensic science standardization in China.