President & Ceo of Criminalistics Inc. & Premier K9
`You can say Scott bleeds blue. With a grandfather who worked nearly his entire life in public service or law enforcement, Scott began working with him at Criminalistics, Inc. & Premier K9 when he was just 15 years old. His projects grew from rolling latent powder brushes to manufacturing and selling to customers, eventually leading the company as President and CEO. In Scott's own words, he feels "honored to spend time with his law enforcement customers every day.”
Robert Bob Worsham
Robert “Bob” Worsham, October 1931 – December 2011, founder of Criminalistic’s Inc. In 1952, Bob served as a K9 handler during the Korean War for the USAF Air Police. After the war, he joined the Miami-Dade Police Department, where he quickly rose to the position of Detective Sergeant in the Forensics Division. In 1967, he developed the first latent fingerprint spray, Chem Print™, and was the first recipient of the Florida Governor’s Award for Law Enforcement Excellence. This same year, Bob was also named one of the top 10 police officers in the U.S. by the Police Chief’s Association. With this success and his passion for innovation in the law enforcement industry, Bob decided to form his own company, Criminalistic’s, Inc. Later, as Police Lieutenant, he served as Commander of the Miami-Dade Bomb Squad and Chief of the Photographic Forensics Laboratory. It was during this time that he began development of the first commercially produced single-vent EOD trailer, known today as Suspected Item Disposal Trailer (SID™).