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American Academy of Forensic Science Meeting February 2017

February 13th – 18th 2017; New Orleans: Our Future Reflects Our Past: The Evolution of Forensic Science


Exploring the challenges with novel psychoactive substances

Date: 3rd March 2017                   

Location: University of York, UK

Aim: To explore the challenges with NPS.  With the increase in the supply of NPS within our social environment this generates legal and investigative techniques coupled with the scientific detection of the NPS.  The challenges are faced by social workers, hospital staff, police and researchers in terms of individual behaviour, treatment, supply and identification.

Target Audience: Set within a forensic context this event will be of interest to public health workers, social workers, hospital staff, drugs squad police officers, Homeless and mental health charities laboratory analysts and researchers.

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Annual Conference of CSFS Fingerprint Division (formerly The Fingerprint Society)

Date: 31st March – 1st April, 2017

Location: Manchester Conference Centre, UK

Following the merger in May 2016 with The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences to form the CSFS Fingerprint Division (formally the Fingerprint Society),  we are delighted to bring you the first collaborative conference.

Aim: To promote fingerprint best practice and research, and provide a supportive forum for the exchange of knowledge and ideas.

Call for papers/posters: We would like to invite you to submit abstracts for The Annual Conference of the CSFS Fingerprint Division.  Abstracts are being accepted for both oral and poster presentations in any area relating to fingerprints. We would also welcome abstracts from students who would like to present their undergraduate/postgraduate research in a poster format. The closing date for submission is Friday 3rd February 2017

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Originals: We work with them, but can we do without them?

Date: 7th April 2017

Location:  Staffordshire University, Mellor Building (Stoke-on-Trent Campus)

This workshop will approach the reality of examining non-originals (photocopies) within everyday casework. The delegates will be exposed to the current practices of such examinations and will actively participate in the process of two cases based on actual case file documents.

Aim: To examine real cases involving non-originals, and identify useful conclusions and common pitfalls of such examination.

Target Audience: Qualified and trainee Questioned Document Examiners.

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International Association of Forensic Sciences Meeting August 2017

August 21-25th, Toronto, Canada.  Inter-professional collaboration in Forensic Science 

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