Meet the Team
David M. Mac Neil
As the President of MacNeil Investigations & Forensic Consulting, David M. Mac Neil (Dave) provides meticulous investigations, superior forensic consulting services, unrivaled protection, and cutting-edge crime scene training across the United States and internationally. Dave is a proven professional in forensic science, criminal and civil investigations, executive protection, and experience, achieving superior results.
Thomas C. McAndrew
Thomas C. McAndrew is the Director of Law Enforcement Relations for Innovative Forensic Investigations (IFI), based in Emporia, Virginia. IFI works with law enforcement agencies throughout the United States in efforts to resolve the most difficult of cases using Investigative Genetic Genealogy.
Todd VanCantfort is the Executive Director of the Safe Community Cooperative, Managing Partner of Public Safety & Resiliency Associates, and Veritas Aequitas Investigations, a Virginia-based Veteran owned consulting and private investigation firm. He has also recently been inducted into the Vidocq Society as a special member.
Jennifer is an Investigative Genetic Genealogist, a Virginia Licensed Private Investigator, and previously a Legal Assistant. Her team has solved thousands of unknown parentage searches since her start in genetic genealogy in 2014.
Brian M. O’Hara
Brian M. O’Hara is a highly experienced forensic consultant, certified latent print examiner, and crime scene investigator. He has over 41 years of experience in the field and has worked for corporations, businesses, lawyers, private detectives, police departments, and private citizens in civil and criminal matters.
Steven Green retired from the NYPD at the rank of Captain serving a total of 26.5 years. His final assignment was five years spent as the Commanding Officer, Detective Bureau/Special Victims Division/Zone One. He retired in August of 2020.
Dr. David Keatley
As Chair of Crime Science and an Associate Professor in Criminology, Dr. David Keatley holds an esteemed position at Murdoch University, Australia. He is also the Director of the Forensic Linguistics Analysis Group (FLAG) and Cold Case Review (CCR), as well as the head of an international research network called Researchers in Behavior Sequence Analysis (ReBSA).
Marc Selman is a results-driven, strategic thinker, and strong communicator with a proven record of providing dependable, quality service. Marc has a valuable and diverse background.