Join Us July 20-24, 2015 for the International Symposium on Forensic Science Error Management – Detection, Measurement and Mitigation
The disciplines traditionally and generally practiced in forensic science laboratories are commonly referred to as “criminalistics.” Forensic serology, DNA, bloodstain patterns, controlled substances, toxicology, hair and fiber, paint, glass, coatings, plastics, metals, soil and dust, arson debris and explosives residue, fingerprints and other friction ridges, footwear, tire treads, firearms and tool marks, gunshot residue—all fall within the scope of criminalistics. With each providing investigators vital information from a crime scene, how can they also detect, measure and reduce the likelihood of errors?
Join us for our International Forensics Symposium, which promises to be an eye-opening candid appraisal of root causes and possible solutions to help identify and reduce forensic science errors.
The full agenda for the symposium, including session times, locations, and list of presenters, is now available.