Kimberly (Kim) Long has been employed with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office for almost 25 years. She was a patrol officer for 7 ½ years, then transferred to the Crime Scene Unit. Det. Long is the Training Coordinator with the Crime Scene Unit and oversees and conducts the forensic training within the unit. Detective Long is a lead instructor at the CSI Academy of Florida. In addition to her duties with the CSI Academy, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Liberty University in 2015. She received her Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice-Forensic Science from Saint Leo University in 2017. She is a certified Senior Crime Scene Analyst through the International Association for Identification. She is a member of the Association of Crime Scene Reconstruction (ASCR), International Association for Identification (IAI), Florida Division of International Association for Identification (FDIAI), and a member of Criminal Justice National Honors Society. Detective Long is proficient in all aspect of crime scene processing and has testified in multiple cases regarding the documentation, collection, and analysis of evidence in criminal and civil cases. Detective Long specializes in Bloodstain Pattern Analysis and Shooting Incident Reconstruction. She has testified as an expert in both disciplines in the 4th Circuit Court.