National Courts and Sciences Institute (NCSI)
The NCSI is an umbrella organization that is responsible for the ensuring the judicial relevance of the Bryson Center’s efforts and is the accrediting body for judges.
NCSI’s mission is to enhance the capacity of courts to resolve complex cases involving novel scientific and technical evidence by offering educational programs, training and certifications in the general principles of case-related science, technology, data, and valid methods for determining the weight of research evidence.
To learn more about the NCSI and its mandate, please visit the NCSI website.
Additional information about NCSI is available in this brochure: