Read about the the first forensic scientist, Inspector Vance. Eve Lazarus who has written a book about the beginning of forensic science and specifically Inspector Vance, has written a blog exclusively for the CSFS, regarding how she came across this fascinating piece of forensic history.
Read about Dr. Gregory Davis’s path to becoming an expert forensic pathologist. Forensic Pathology by Dr. Gregory Davis
On Wednesday September 21st, the CSFS hosted its second digital poster competition over Twitter! The CSFS Board of Directors and the Conference Organizing Committee would like to thank our panel of judges for their time and efforts, and thank all the #CSFSPoster2022 participants for sharing their research with the community. We look forward to hosting…
The Canadian Society of Forensic Science is now on Twitter and Instagram. Lots of exciting things to come in 2020. Follow us for all the latest news and updates.
Author’s credit: Tobin Tanaka A document examiner is often thought to be a “handwriting expert”, this is only partially true as other examinations are conducted as needed in disputed document cases. These other examinations may reveal: the probable source of the document (printer, writer, physical location where prepared), connections or nexus to other documents, if…
The following is a short biography on the esteemed Rita Charlebois, one of the early members of the CSFS. This was provided by Jim Wigmore. Rita Charlebois, Toxicologist
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