Forensic entomologists are those involved in the branch of entomology that involves insects and violent crime or the law, known as forensic entomology. This includes three main branches: medicocriminal entomology, urban entomology, and stored product entomology. It takes discipline and accomplishment to perform the tasks of all the diverse jobs forensic entomologists perform such as: crime scene investigation, research, and teaching at universities. The education required to become a forensic entomologist is extensive and falls into two major categories: undergraduate and graduate level study. Forensic entomologists today are performing new research to broaden our knowledge of insects and how they can be beneficial to the population. Many network with each other by forming groups such as the American Board of Forensic Entomology(ABFE), the North American Forensic Entomology Association (NAFEA) and the European Association of Forensic Entomology. Often their expertise can then be used in the court system to solve various cases. Forensic entomologists work has played a major role in some famous cases as well as daily life.