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Virtual Event: Forensics

Practical Strategies for Boosting Reliability And Efficiency In Forensics

When
Friday, February 19, 2021
(Start: 12.00pm ET / 9.00am PT)
Where
Online

Agenda Overview:

Forensic science has become an essential tool and aids in solving investigations in ways traditional approaches could not. With the usage of technology, there is an increase in forensic DNA analysis and the investigation of computer crimes using digital forensics. This is only going to surge with the increase in the crimes.

With the technological advances, however, has come greater scrutiny of forensic science. It is important to conduct investigations legally and ethically while maintaining public trust.

PSN’s Forensics Virtual Event provides a unique learning experience that blends traditional and digital forensics for collaboration between government stakeholders. The purpose is to explore fresh ideas, advances in traditional and digital forensic science to increase its reliability and efficiency.

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Key Takeaways:

Discover the latest trends and advancements in forensics

Understand the impact of emerging technologies such as AI in forensic science

Hear about new approaches to digital evidence acquisition and analysis

Explore strategies to improve your organization’s overall forensic operations

Event Speakers:

Lenora Hamilton, MMSc.

Digital Forensic Analyst, Cyber Operations Section
Ontario Provincial Police (OPP)

Alexandre Beaudoin, M.O.M., M.Sc.

Forensic Sciences Services Chief
Sûreté du Québec

Romain Volery

Romain Volery, M.Sc.

Forensic Intelligence Specialist
Laboratoire des sciences judiciaires et de médecine légale

Neil Desai

Vice President
Magnet Forensics

Jeff Adam

Ret. Assistant Commissioner
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Kevin Byrnes

Senior Industry Executive, Public Safety and Justice
Microsoft Canada

Maxime Bérubé

PhD Assistant Professor of Forensic Science
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières

Kimberly Nugent

Kimberly Nugent, M.Sc.

Associate Teaching Professor Forensic Science, Ontario Tech University
President, Canadian Society of Forensic Science

Jen Lawson

Board Member
Niagara Regional Police Services

Event Partners:

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Interested in sponsoring? Contact Graeme Cowlen by phone (1-647-463-6139) or email (graeme@publicsectornetwork.co)

Agenda Highlights:

12:00pm ET / 9:00am PT
Welcome from PSN
12:05pm ET / 9:05am PT
Chair Opening
12:20pm ET / 9:20am PT
Academic Case Study: Digital Traces and Forensic Science at the UQTR
12:35pm ET / 9:35am PT
Government Case: Re-Evaluating and Improving the Current Standards in Traditional Forensic Sciences in Canada
12:50pm ET / 9:50am PT
Partner Session: Modernizing Forensic Services
1:05pm ET / 10.05am PT
Government Case Study: Forensic Profiling of False Identity Documents: Application in the Province Of Quebec
1:20pm ET / 10:20am PT
Refreshment Break
1:25pm ET / 10:25am PT
Panel Discussion: Collaborating with Stakeholders to Increase Reliability & Efficiency in Forensics
2:15pm ET / 11:15am PT
Closing Remarks and End of Session

Register:

Complimentary to attend

For public sector only

Online event

FREE