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AbstractLeaders and experts from the forensic science community of Australia and New Zealand recently congregated to hold the 2016 Australasian Forensic Science Summit. The summit was a rare opportunity to critically evaluate the current state of forensic science against the drivers of change in...
AbstractFrom 7 to 8 December 2016, a forensic summit was held at the AFP facilities in Canberra under the theme of ‘Towards 2030’. The aim of that summit was to critically evaluate, through plenary presentations and five discussion forums, how the forensic science capability of Australia and New...
AbstractThe Australasian Forensic Science Summit was held in Canberra on 7–8 December 2016 to discuss the future challenges, changes and developments for forensic science. Practitioners, academics and stakeholders gathered to discuss the various issues within one of five working groups. The...
AbstractThe characteristics of successful business models for the delivery of forensic science towards 2030 was the subject of a working group discussion stream at the Australasian Forensic Science Summit held on the 8th and 9th of December 2016 in Canberra, Australia. A diverse working group of...
AbstractCurrently, there is no broad overarching framework that allows for a holistic approach to education and training in forensic science. There is no agreed mechanism to consolidate, guide and evaluate the development and delivery of education products (i.e. qualifications, standards,...
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