SWGDAM DNA interpretation guidelines published>>
UK Committee reports on forensic science research (2011) >>
National Academy of Sciences Report (2009)>>
SWGDAM standards for DNA method validation (2004) >>
The Caddy Review pdf >>
Fire Investigation in Scotland. A report by TFI in 2004>>
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British and Irish Legal Information Institute>>
A valuable source, including a massive searchable database, of British and Irish case law.
European Network of Forensic Science Institutes (ENFSI)>>
The Fingerprint Society (UK)>>
Includes a well-maintained news page that covers many forensic matters.
University of Utah’s image resource on forensic pathology.>>
Forensic Science Northern Ireland>>
An Agency within the Department of Justice.
Wiley Encyclopedia of Forensic Science >>