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The 2nd International Workshop on Criminal and Environmental Forensics, 2007

skull picThemes: Environmental Soil Forensics, Criminal Soil Forensics, Geoforensics, Geographic Information Systems and Communications, Analytical Diagnostics, Application to case work, Palynology.

Aim: This conference explored novel approaches in soil forensics. It provided an international focus for discussion of research and development in forensic soil science for the benefit of both environmental protection and criminal investigation. This is relevant to the high priority areas of environmental health and international terrorism.

Audience: The conference brought together key international researchers, police, forensic services and consultants.

Venue: James Watt Conference Centre 1, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh UK, 30 October – 1 November 2007

Organisers: The Macaulay Institute. For further information contact David Miller.

Programme launch The programme is still available as a downloadable 450KB pdf.

Continuing Professional Development

Chartered Institution of Wastes Management Approved by the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management, this conference provided three days towards the Institution’s Graduate Structured Education & Training Programme, or 18 hours of Continuing Professional Development.

Bar Standards Board The conference is formally accredited for 20 hours CPD.

The 1st International Workshop: This was organised by CAFSS and took place in April 2006 Perth, Western Australia. Further information is available.