The International Forensics conference has four themes running through it. The first being Policy and the Future with June Guiness OBE from the Home Office Forensic Science Regulator, Dr Anya Hunt, the CEO of The Chartered Society of Forensic Scientists and Dr Karl Harrison with Alecto Forensics then looking at trends for the next 4 years.
Digital Forensics, fingerprints, the forensics of terror, and people will all feature. Professor Colin Self will outline some ground-breaking analytical tools, not yet on the market and Simona Francese, Professor of Forensic and Bioanalytical Mass Spectrometry, Sheffield Hallam University will go into detail about fingerprints. Scott Zimmerman, the Legal Editor with the US based Digital Forensics Magazine will chair the day, but also chat about Digital Evidence from the Dark Side and the afternoon will look at AI and Fraud.
Maintaining the theme of counter terror Andy Oppenheimer, a former bomb disposal officer will look at the bomb makers signature and Dan Kaszeta, a former US Secret Service Chemical Weapons Expert will look at nerve agents before Darren Stanton the Human Lie Detector will get into forensically examining people.