Past Events

Past Events


May Presentation

SGM:  23 May. 

**March 5th – Women In Forensics to celebrate International Women’s Day.**

March Event:  ANZFSS March 5- International Womens Day Flyer 2019 UPDATED ROOM A022


TRIVIA NIGHT at the Old Canberra Inn, Mouat Street Lyneham, Thursday 28 Feb.



October 25th AGM and Presentation by National President Adrian Linacre.

September 9-13 International Symposium in Perth, WA.

August 21st: 1/C  Constable Steve Denholm:  Bomb Scene Examinations, Capability & Role:  Attempted Burnie Murders.

August 2018: Scholarship Winners.  

July 2018: Robert Fleet:  What Do Online Games Offer to the Study of Organised Crime and Violence?  


June 2018: Alicia Peters:  Digital Forensics

May 2018:  David Royds:  The Last Bali Bomber Reflections and Lessons Learnt from Trial


May 2018:  Dr. Itiel Dror 2 day workshop.

April 2018  “After:  Death, Decomposition and Detector Dogs.”

April 2018 – The Evolution Of Improvised Explosive Devices.

March 2018 – Influential Women in Forensics in the A.C.T.

February 2018

November 2017:  Clandestine Drug Laboratories (Hume Case)



October 2017:  Recovery of Australia’s Vietnam MIAs


September 2017:  Suicide Terrorism


August 2017:  Geochemical Provenancing and the “Isdal Woman”


July 2017:  Rozelle Fire Investigation


June 2017:  Operations Of Forensic Intelligence.


May 2017: CIT Forensic Science Career Insight Showcase.


 March 2017:   Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Workshop.



November 2016

Disorder in the Courtroom: Child Witnesses Under Cross-Examination

Dr Rachel Zajac
University of Otago, NZ

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October 2016

Should Statisticians be the Gatekeepers of Forensic Science?
(Lecture and Workshop)

Professor James Curran
University of Auckland Bioinformatics Institute, NZ

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September 2016

ACT Branch Annual General Meeting 2016 and
Presentations by our ACT Branch Scholarship Winners

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August 2016

The ESR Approach to Trace Physical Evidence Interpretation
and Reporting Using Bayes Theorem

Angus Newton
The Institute of Environmental Science and Research (ESR), NZ

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July 2016

DVI Response to the downing of Malaysian Airlines MH17 – OpAREW

Simon J. Walsh PSM BSc(Hons), PhD
Australian Federal Police

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June 2016

Clandestine Laboratory Chemistry in the ACT

Amy Sutton
Senior Forensic Chemist | ACTGAL

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