Major Forensics Event: Forensics Europe Expo

Forensics Europe Expo has been called the "must attend" event for the entire forensic sector and supply chain. The international exhibition and conference showcases the latest equipment and services as well as provides education, best practice, training, and networking.

Forensics Europe Expo will take you on a journey starting at the scene of crime and finishing in the courtroom. FEE offers a unique 360-degree viewpoint of the entire forensics industry; whether your interest is in laboratory equipment, scene of crime, digital investigation or forensic analysis, FEE is the place to be.

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Leading experts sharing the latest industry updates

Visit the Seminar & Workshop Theatre at Forensics Europe Expo in 2017 and see a range of forensic techniques showcased under the spotlight.

Learn from forensic experts about their successes, challenges and lessons learnt to improve your expertise and find out about latest project efficiencies and investigation skills to further progress your career.

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Latest tools and techniques in forensic science: from crime scene to courtroom

The Forensic Europe Expo conference has established itself as one of the most important forums for debate for the international forensics and digital forensics community.

It brings together senior opinion formers from all fields of forensic science for a two-day conference that explores the latest advances in this rapidly evolving discipline.

Day one will be dedicated to the changing digital forensic landscape with sessions covering all aspects of computer forensics from e-discovery and network analysis to mobile forensics and CCTV.

Key speakers include:

• UK Forensic Regulator Dr Gillian Tully
• Giles Herdale, Programme Director, Digital Intelligence and Investigation Programme, Digital Policing Portfolio, National Police Chiefs Council
• Paul Young, Crime Adviser, Communications Data and Digital Forensics specialist, Organised Crime Command, National Crime Agency

Day two will explore the wider forensic landscape from laws and standards to new forensic techniques and innovations being used and developed across the world as well as developments in Familial DNA and cutting edge research in palaeontology and mycology.

Key speakers include:

• Brian Donald, Chief of Staff at Europol
• Jane Taylor Barron, National Crime Agency
• Marcel de Puit, Forensic Chemist, Netherlands Forensic Institute
• Patricia Wiltshire, forensic ecologist, botanist and palynologist
• Professor David Hawksworth, CBE, mycologist and environmental scientist
• DS Antti Kurittu, team leader IT crimes investigation unit, Helsinki Police.

Benefits of attending:

• Connect with industry professionals from across the world
• Share best practice and latest thinking
• Receive updates on recent legislation and policy development
• Join in with the lively debate about the latest challenges and opportunities
• Develop your own learning and understanding

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