The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) is a powerful, free tool to assist law enforcement officers, medical examiners, coroners, allied criminal justice professionals, and the family members of missing persons in resolving these cold cases. NamUs combines online database technology with forensic and analytical resources to solve long-term missing and unidentified person cases.
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Erica Hebert earned an Associate's Degree from Weatherford College in 2008, then attended the University of North Texas in Denton, majoring in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. During her undergraduate studies, Ms. Hebert interned with the Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office (TCME) in the Latent Print and Human Identification Laboratory, and worked full-time at the University of Behavioral Health in Denton, Texas as a Mental Health Technician. In the fall of 2010, Ms. Hebert transferred to Texas Wesleyan University to be closer to home, and began working part-time at John Peter Smith Hospital – Trinity Springs Pavilion. During this time, she also completed her internship with the TCME. In 2011, she graduated from Texas Wesleyan with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology.
Ms. Hebert served as a Child Protective Services Investigator in the Crimes Against Children (CAC) Unit of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services from 2011 to 2014. After three years with the department, she returned to her passion of working with fingerprints. Ms. Hebert has worked with NamUs as a Fingerprint Analyst since September 2014.Contact Information: