Latest tools and techniques in forensic science: from crime scene to courtroom

3-4 May 2017 | Olympia, London

The conference brings together professionals from all fields of forensic science for a two-day meeting exploring recent advances in forensics technology, current issues and how best to resolve them.

Day 1 will be dedicated to the rapidly changing digital forensic landscape with sessions covering all aspects of computer forensics from e-discovery and network analysis to mobile forensics and CCTV. Day 2 will explore the wider forensic landscape from laws and standards to new forensic techniques and innovations being used and developed across the world.

Talks in 2017 will include

> The underwater crime scene – forensic search techniques: innovation, opportunities and best practice

> ‘The digital investigation of the future – challenges and opportunities’

> ISO17025 – working towards implementing minimum digital forensics standards in policing, opportunities and best practice

> Tread Finder, world-leading digital footwear capture in custody suites, automated pattern matching and evidence based crime scene searching to provide real-time intelligence to frontline

> Searching for clues: how a combined approach comprising forensic anthropology, archaeology and geology disciplines can breathe new life into crime scene investigations

> Forensic mapping of crime scenes using laser technology

Administration and Organisation

Forensics Europe Expo is delighted to be working in collaboration with The Investigator to deliver a complete and diverse programme covering the latest topics surrounding the forensics industry.

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