Welcome To The Forensic Forum
Techniques, research, courses and jobs. just some of the things we have discussed in detail since January 2008. We have helped promote interagency cooperation, helped to promote positions in the forensic sector and hopefully helped point people to those positions. We are now recognised by the Forensic Science Regulator, UK and have members from over 40 countries. The website gets over 30,000 visits a month and very shortly will hit 1,000,000. All of this is down to the members and proves that regardless of individual agencies, forensic practitioners do like to talk.
As the forum grows, it needs to evolve and for that we need your help. Ideas for forum boards, discussions, polls, are all welcome. Please keep them coming.
Currently we are offering members the opportunity to submit images for the home page scrolling banner. We would like to put your work out there and ask that you email any images you wish to be viewed to admin / Info. The address is inside the forum. Please supply your real name so you can be credited with the image. Please, no live jobs but images with a forensic feel are welcome.
The idea of the forum is to talk, please join the discussion!!!
The Forensic Forum
Cold case investigators scrape back paint in a renovated flat where a murder was committed twelve years earlier, and find a blood stain that leads them to a killer. Scientists extract DNA from crime-scene samples collected in 1973, and a 21st-century hunt for a triple murderer begins. A forensic dentist probes the mysterious death of an ancient Egyptian mummy. A long-forgotten palm print leads detectives to the real perpetrator of a murder for which an innocent man has already served 12 years' jail.
DNA Conference 2011
Date: 15 September 2011
Venue: Ramada Manchester Piccadilly
Body Fluids Forum 2011
Date 16 September 2011
Venue Ramada Manchester Piccadilly
The aim of the conferences is to share information in relation to the latest developments in body fluid and DNA research.? Attendees at the conferences will have the opportunity to expand their knowledge base through the discussion of case studies, to learn about cutting edge areas of research and to network with the leading practitioners in the field.
Speakers at the conferences include,
Professor David Balding (University College London Genetics Institute)
Joanne Millington (Forensic Specialist, Forensic Science Service) & Anthony Haycroft (Barrister,? Outer Temple, London )
Dr Timothy Clayton (Forensic Science Service )
Dr Amy Roeder (Cellmark Forensic Services)
Please download a programme and booking form for further information.
Conference Expands to Encompass Crime Scene and Photography/Video Sessions Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention Center- October 31 & November 1, 2011
For more information please follow the Link
Want a career in forensics? Want to exploit the networking opportunities available? Follow this LINK and start straightaway using LinkedIn .
Crime Scene Cleaners UK Ltd have a promotional video on YouTube. To view it please follow the Link
Forensic Regulators Monthly News Letter