Dustin Driscoll joined NamUs as an Intelligence Analyst in 2011, conducting investigative research on missing, unidentified, and unclaimed persons cases. In early 2016, he became a Regional Program Specialist at NamUs. Mr. Driscoll previously worked at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), where he was responsible for providing analytical assistance to law enforcement officers working various types of missing child cases. He spent most of his employment at NCMEC assigned to the Forensic Services Unit, conducting in-depth analyses for cold cases of missing and unidentified deceased children. Prior, he worked in Boston, Massachusetts as a Senior Analyst for two different financial institutions, where he investigated suspicious accounts that may have been associated with money laundering and/or terrorist activity. Mr. Driscoll holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Psychology from Westfield State University in Massachusetts.