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Richard "Rusty" Sullivan Receives Award from IAI-llinois

Rusty received an awward form the International Association for Identification - Illinois Division for his dedication to the association at their recent annual conference this month. The On-Target Solutions Group is proud to have Rusty and On-Target Forensics, LLC as part of our organization. Here is Rusty's comments as we wll as his nomination letter:

"I am grateful and honored to have received the "Good of the Association Award" from the Illinois Division of the International Association for Identification during this year's state training conference. Being recognized by my esteemed peers and counterparts means a lot to me. This recognition inspires me to keep supporting and helping our fellow practitioners in their present and future professional endeavors."

Sergeant Nate Gammon submitted a nomination to the Illinois Division of the IAI on my behalf:

I would like to nominate Mr. Rusty Sullivan for the Good of the Association Award on behalf of the Illinois Division of the IAI. Mr. Sullivan has been a member of the IDIAI for several years, including serving on the Executive Board. His wisdom, dedication, and guidance have ensured that our division has remained strong and successful.

I first met Mr. Sullivan in 2014 when the Kane County Major Crime Task Force assisted my agency with an investigation. He took the time to explain his methodology of crime scene processing and was happy to share his knowledge with me. Since then, I have been privileged to work and learn alongside Mr. Sullivan in the same task force.

Mr. Sullivan has a talent for teaching forensic courses and offers practical hands-on exercises. He is always willing to answer forensic/crime scene questions and freely shares his experiences with others. He goes out of his way to find answers to questions one may have.

Mr. Sullivan has been an invaluable resource for many Illinois IAI members, past and present, regarding crime scene processing techniques. Even in retirement, he has remained active in the forensic community and our Association by attending trainings, events, and teaching.

Please consider Mr. Rusty Sullivan for the "Good of the Association Award," as his dedication to our organization has been monumental to our success."

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