289L, Chilton Hall
University of North Texas
Department of Criminal Justice
1155 Union Circle #305130
Denton, TX 76203-5017
M.A. Sam Houston State University
Crime Scene Reconstruction
Police-Involved Shooting Incidents
Crime Laboratory Management
Edward Hueske teaches criminal investigation and criminalistics classes at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. His research interests include novel approaches to forensic science education and shooting incident reconstruction technology. He has developed and coordinates an interdisciplinary criminalistics certificate program at UNT.
Prof. Hueske’s professional experience as a forensic scientist includes the Fort Worth Police Department, the Arizona Department of Public Safety and the Tulsa Police Department. He retired in 1996 after a combined 23 years with those agencies.
Prof. Hueske is well-published in the forensic literature and has authored 2 text books as well as contributing to several chapters in texts. His text “Practical Analysis and Reconstruction of Shooting Incidents” (CRC Press, 2006) was the first such text to be published.
Prof. Hueske has taught specialized forensic classes to numerous law enforcement agencies both domestically and abroad. He is recognized as a leading expert in shooting incident analysis and reconstruction. He is a member of a number of national forensic science associations and has served in a variety of capacities in those organizations.
Prof. Hueske has received recognition from his peers through being made an emeritus member of two professional forensic organizations, receiving distinguished member awards, and receiving several awards for outstanding scientific presentations.