‘Progress is impossible without change’ George Bernard Shaw.
As part of the Society's continuing development the decision has been made to move from the Clarke House offices to new, purpose built offices down the road.
Whilst facial recognition systems have often been seen as the solution to identifying criminals, by using object recognition technology, Scotland Yard has achieved a world first in linking crimes and identifying a prolific burglar, resulting in a...
Calling all forensic practitioners, police, researchers and lawyers and those involved in the investigative process . . .
We are delighted to announce that at the recent Fingerprint Society AGM there was a clear majority vote to formally merge with CSFS to form a Fingerprint Division.
There only a handful of places left to book for Bias Matters on Friday 27th May, at the Stirling Court Hotel.
Notice of the 3rd Annual General Meeting of the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences
CSFS CEO gives evidence at Science & Technology committee on Forensic Science Strategy
The Society are pleased to welcome FIAG (Forensic Imagery Analysis Group) as a collaborative group under the CSFS umbrella.
This two day weekend course on 1st and 2nd October is designed for podiatrists who have an interest in undertaking forensic podiatry casework.
Dr Roger Berrett died 25th March 2016.
It is with genuine sadness that I prepare to write these words about the man we knew. Roger was a valued friend and colleague to so many all around the globe.
The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee launches its inquiry on the Forensic Science Strategy.
REMINDER - Thank you to those who have taken the time to complete the membership survey so far. We are still hoping for more responses in the coming weeks so if you could spare a few minutes to answer the survey it would be most appreciated....
An introduction to cognitive bias in all its forms and raising awareness in fields of forensic science.
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Just released revised codes of conduct and practice for forensic science providers and practitioners in the criminal justice system.
On 19-20th April this year, the entire forensics industry will head to London – will you join them?
Forensics Europe Expo is the only international exhibition and conference dedicated to forensic technology.
PEAC is a one day skills assessment designed to help those graduating and specifically looking for employment in the forensic sector.
The Latest issue of CSEye is available to read on the website now
Science & Justice Special Issue on measuring and reporting the precision of forensic likelihood ratios with guest editor Geoffrey Stewart Morrison. Open call for papers.
Elsevier are offering CSFS members 6 months free access to the journal package.
Association of Firearm and Tool Mark Examiners (AFTE) scholarship 2016 now open for applications.
The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences wishes you all a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous 2016.
The Government Chief Scientific Adviser's annual report for 2015 published today. 'Forensic science and beyond: authenticity, provenance and assurance'.
USA President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) Forensic Science Questions. Questionnaire open for submission from interested stakeholders until Wednesday 23rd December.
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