Welcome to Forensics Europe Expo
Exhibition & Conference
19-20 April 2016, Olympia | London
Forensics Europe Expo is the only international event dedicated to forensic technology. The event combines a high-level conference and seminar programme with an exhibition of specialist equipment in applications across all areas of the forensic sector.
Now in its 4th remit, this year’s event is expected to grow considerably with more global exhibitors showcasing the latest innovations to an audience of senior buyers and specifiers. The unique aspect of this event is the active collaboration across multiple industry sectors from scene of crime products and digital forensics to lab equipment and forensic analysis.
The co-location of the conference and supporting seminar programme creates a key learning environment with the opportunity to network and develop good business relationships as well as see products and services in action.
Become an Exhibitor
Good business is done face-to-face. Forensics Europe Expo is a key marketing opportunity where you can meet thousands of potential procurement and specification professionals within just two days! Book your stand at Forensics Europe Expo and meet the professionals critical to accelerating your sales process.
If you are interested in exhibiting and would like to discuss how the event can help develop your business, please contact us.
Latest developments in Forensic Sciences to be discussed at 2016 Conference - From crime scene to courtroom:
Forensics Europe Expo is delighted to be working in collaboration with the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences to deliver a complete and diverse programme, taking delegates on a journey covering all crucial aspects of forensics.
Organised in collaboration with: The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences (CSFS, formerly known as the Forensic Science Society) was granted a Royal Chartered in Nov 2013 and formerly re-launched in April 2014. This honour was granted in recognition of its Professionalism and CSFS aims to capitalise on this and increase its activity and visibility across the sector. Originally formed in 1959 and becoming the Professional body for forensic scientists in 2004 CSFS now has almost 3000 members in 60 countries. The granting of the Charter has seen a huge rise in interest in the Society as a whole as it forges ahead particularly in putting on more conferences and training events around the country. The Society is now committed to developing a greater range of Certificates of Professional Competence and CPD for an extended range of disciplines.
Call for Papers now open
If you are interested in presenting in the conference please submit your paper by Monday 7 December 2015.