KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Quality standards in forensic science: a review of progress, learning and next stepsWhen it comes to forensic science quality, how good are we, what are the gaps and how do we improve? It is easy to measure which of our forensic science provision holds accreditation to specific quali ...
The UK’s National Ballistics Intelligence Service went live in September 2008. Over the last ten years it has pioneered a system of combining the information generated by forensic science with other f ...
The past ten years of commercial forensic science development in the UK has seen a growing focus on analytical provision and associated ‘back office’ functions. This presentation will explore how this ...
A Talk on the Wild Side: The challenges and opportunities for forensic science in global wildlife law enforcementThe application of forensic science to wildlife law enforcement is an area of rapid growth, due largely to increasing global efforts to tackle the illegal wildlife trade. The development of wildlife f ...
This presentation will highlight issues and barriers that prevent the undertaking of meaningful forensic science. Taking as an example the pioneering fingerprinting research developed at Sheffield Hal ...
Mike’s presentation will highlight new forensic mapping technology and software and provide a comprehensive look into modern crime scene mapping technologies to include an in depth look at drones and ...
CSI Yorkshire: Rapid transmission of fingerprints and identification of suspects using mobile technologyAn overview of the mobile data solution currently in use by Crime Scene Investigators across Yorkshire and Humber for borderless deployment to incidents, HOB mobile fingerprint technology to identify ...
The reconstruction of ‘Cheddar Man’ – the potential of ancient DNA for human demography and phenotypingModern humans arrived in Europe around 45 thousand years ago (kya), but were nearly driven out during the Last Glacial Maximum 25-19kya when large parts of Europe were covered in ice. By the major war ...
3D printing, or additive manufacturing, is a novel technique that is becoming increasingly incorporated into forensic casework. Physical 3D replicas of crime scene materials can be reconstructed for a ...
Chairman's Closing Remarks: Global Forensic Science Training and Education - Access & Quality MattersIntroduction to the new preeminent Global Forensic and Justice Center at Florida International University Global move towards accreditation and adversarial justice systems requires consistency and qua ...