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This page is regularly updated with the latest news from ANZFSS ACT Branch.


Welcome to ANZFSS ACT Branch 2018!

Upcoming Events

NEWSFLASH:  Dr. Itiel Dror Workshop May 7th & 8th.   Registration closes Friday 20 April!!!

Presentations:

 

Thursday 26th April :  “After:  Death, Decomposition and Detector Dogs.”  Presented by Professor Shari Forbes, University Of Technology, SYDNEY.

***  Mechandise: ACT Branch currently has a limited run of yellow “Crime Scene” woven scarves available now for $25. The scarves are of high quality and will be sure to keep you warm and stylish throughout the Canberra winter!  Once the current stock is sold, a back-order list will be established. If you’re unable to attend on the night, express your interest in our merchandise by email, or visit our stall at future events!***

 


Full details in link below regarding registration, payment and scholarships.

Dr Dror May 2018 ANZFSS ACT Branch Workshop Registration Form A_Branch Scholarship Application Form B


Future Events

Thursday 26th April:  “AFTER: Death, Decomposition and Detector Dogs”, presented by Professor Shari Forbes, University of Technology Sydney.

Monday 7th – 8th May“Cognitive and Human Factors in Forensic Decision Making”, 2-day workshop presented by Dr. Itiel Dror, Principal Consultant & Researcher at Cognitive Consultants International (CCI-HQ).

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Police Technology Forum Canberra 27th & 28th March 2018.

Hyatt Hotel

The forum explores emerging technologies, information security, communications systems, tactical surveillance and other innovations in equipment.Forensic issues in a practical policing context. See https://www.informa.com.au/event/police-technology-forum


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To view previous events and presentations, clickhere.


Member Testimonials

“As a student with very little industry exposure it was an incredibly positive experience interacting with so many industry professionals. By making friends and developing contacts, I was able to gain insights into what the industry is like directly from those working within it … another great opportunity to explore part of the industry not available to most. To other forensic science students out there, these opportunities are ones to look out for … the exposure you’ll receive to the industry is priceless.” – Samuel, speaking on his experience at the Bloodstain Pattern Analysis II workshop in April 2017. Click here for the full article.


ANZFSS National Notices

ANZFSS 24th International Symposium
Forensic Science Without Borders
9th – 13th September 2018
Perth, Western Australia

Official ANZFSS 2018 Website | Twitter @anzfss2018

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Contact the ANZFSS ACT Branch

ANZFSS ACT Branch Secretary:

The Secretary,  ANZFSS (ACT Branch)
PO Box 3601
Weston ACT 2611

Email: actbranch@anzfss.org

Please note that other members of the ACT Branch Committee may be contacted via the provided details.

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