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Forensic Webinar Series

Summer 2020

 

foster+freeman would like to invite you to join us to learn about our latest forensic innovations for crime scene and laboratory applications.

Due to the high levels of demand, we've now increased our webinar capacity to up to 500 connections, so you and anyone on your team can log in from each of your work locations.

 

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UPCOMING WEBINARS 

Live Webinar Schedule - Recordings also available

 

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ESDA ElectroStatic Detection - for Indented Writing and Other Forensic Applications

In use for over 40-years, the Foster+Freeman ESDA device remains widely used by forensic laboratories worldwide for a variety of forensic applications.

 

LIVE WEBINAR

When: Wednesday 12th August, 10:00AM (UK Time - GMT+1)

Host(s): Nicholas Crabb

Duration: 60mins (approx.)

 

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Using ESDA to detect indentations 

 

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Infrared Fingermark Detection and Examination - Suppress Backgrounds to Reveal High-Contrast Fingermarks

An in-depth examination of fpNatural fingerprint powders and how they are helping examiners to reveal fingermarks on difficult evidence types including polymer banknotes.

 

LIVE WEBINAR

When: Wednesday 19th August, 10:00AM (UK Time - GMT+1)

Host(s): Dr Roberto King

Duration: 60mins (approx.)

 

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IR fingermakrs 

 

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Arson Investigation Techniques - detecting and examining evidence following a fire

Demonstration of how forensic light sources and the Foster+Freeman family of fingerprint examination systems, may be used to investigate arson scenes.

 

LIVE WEBINAR

When: Wednesday 26th August, 10:00AM (UK Time - GMT+1)

Host(s): TBA

Duration: 60mins (approx.)

 

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investigate arson 

 

- OPEN-ACCESS SYMPOSIUM -

Forensic Light Source Research Symposium

A free-to-attend symposium during which guest speakers from UK organisations will share the latest research in the use of forensic light sources.

 

OPEN-ACCESS SYMPOSIUM

When: Wednesday 2nd September, 10:00AM (UK Time - GMT+1)

Host(s): Yvonne Turner

 

PRESENTATIONS

  • Is fluorescence an appropriate method for fire investigation? Luke Griffin (Anglia Ruskin University)
  • The effect natural weather conditions have on the persistence of spermatozoa on cotton fabric buried underground Morgan Edmonds (University of Winchester)
  • The use of the Crime Lite 42S to detect latent automotive paint stains or chippings adhering to a range of surfaces. Zain Zaidi (University of South Wales)
  • Blood on carpet. Laura Hugh (University of West London) title to be confirmed
  • Location of semen on items submerged in water using Crime-lites. Alexandra Flanagan (University of Winchester) title to be confirmed
  • Blood patterns on patterned fabrics. Leisa Nicholls-Drew (De Montfort University) title to be confirmed

Duration: 60mins (approx.)

 

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Crime-lite research symposium 

 

COMING SOON - AUTUMN 2020


 

Webinar Española - Webinar Deutsche - Webinar Française

 

  • Forensic Light Source Research Symposium
  • Superglue Fuming at the Crime Scene
  • Detection of Counterfeit Travel and Identity Documents

 

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RECOVERseminar 

 

ON-DEMAND WEBINARS 

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RECOVER - Technology for the Development of Impossible Fingerprints

Cutting-edge technology to develop fingerprints on a range of difficult surfaces including those that have been exposed to extreme heat (discharged bullet casings for example) and items that have been washed ‘clean’ in an attempt to prevent identification.

 

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Date of Recording: Wednesday 13th May

Host(s): Dr Roberto King, Dr Lloyd Davis

Duration: 106mins 

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Webinar Española   Webinar Française

 

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DCS 5 - The Complete Fingerprint Imaging System

DCS 5 is a comprehensive imaging system for the detection, capture, and enhancement of almost any type of fingerprint on any surface or background to ensure that maximum detail is revealed.

Used by leading forensic laboratories worldwide, DCS 5 includes all of the hardware and software components required to improve the visualisation of every type of fingerprint whether it be latent, contaminated or chemically treated.

 

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Date of Recording: Wednesday 10th June, 10:00AM (UK Time - GMT+1)

Host(s): Richard Evans, Laura Dodd, Dan Freeman

Duration: 59mins (approx.)

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indandione-mark 

 

Getting the best out of Cyanoacrylate fumed marks - Fuming, illumination and imaging techniques

Cyanoacrylate or 'superglue' fuming is one of the most widely used techniques in forensic fingerprint laboratories worldwide.

First discovered in the late 1970s, the method of heating 'glue' to the point that it evaporates, binding itself to any latent fingermarks, is so simple and effective that there has been very little reason for it to change during the 40+ years it has been in use.

However, while the method of fuming may not have changed, there have been significant advances in the way that we visualise and examine the resulting marks...

 

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Date of Recording: Wednesday 1st July, 10:00AM (UK Time - GMT+1)

Host(s): Dr Roberto King, Dan Skros

Duration: 60mins (approx.)

 

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MVC 

 

DCS 5 Reflected-UV and Infrared Imaging - Advanced Fingerprint Photography and Enhancement Techniques

Practical demonstration of how, using a custom-modified, UV-Vis-IR sensitive camera it is possible to visualise and capture fingermarks beyond the visible spectrum.

 

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Date of Recording: Wednesday 29th July, 10:00AM (UK Time - GMT+1)

Host(s): Richard Evans, Dan Freeman

Duration: 60mins (approx.)

 

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Infrared Fingerprint Imaging 

 

VSC - New Developments in Questioned Document Examination

Thanks to the proliferation of high-quality image editing software and professional printing equipment, it is necessary for security printers and expert document examiners alike to continually upgrade the technology that they work with if they are to stay ahead of high tech counterfeiters and fraudsters.

With this in mind, Foster+Freeman invests heavily in the research and design of new and improved technologies for the examination of questioned documents.

The company’s VSC range of document examination instruments include a number of future-proofing hardware components and undergoes continual software development, regularly adding new features such as 3D imaging.

 

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Date of Recording: Wednesday 17th June, 10:00 AM (UK Time - GMT+1)

Host(s): Richard Evans, Nicholas Crabb, Dan Freeman

Duration: 60mins (approx.)

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8000-HS 

 

Ink stamps and pen strokes -using the VSC8000/HS to determine the order in which marks were added to a document

Using the VSC8000/HS to isolate ink stamps, suppressing complicated backgrounds, and to image pen strokes in 3D.

 

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Date of Recording: Wednesday 8th July, 10:00AM (UK Time - GMT+1)

Host(s): Richard Evans, Dan Freeman

Duration: 60mins (approx.)

 

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passport-stamps 

 

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Remote Document Examination - Using VSC's to examine Questioned Documents over a secure network

Demonstrating how the current range of VSC instruments may be used to share examination-quality digitized documents across a network.

 

LIVE WEBINAR

Date of Recording: Wednesday 5th August, 10:00AM (UK Time - GMT+1)

Host(s): Richard Evans, Dan Freeman

Duration: 60mins (approx.)

 

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Remote document Examination 

Crime-lite AUTO - For the Detection and Imaging of Evidence at the Crime Scene

With the weight and feel of a high-quality DSLR camera, the Crime-lite AUTO is a fully-integrated search and with Crime-lite narrowband illumination. Simply operated via an integral touchscreen, the compact device is ideal for the search, detection, and photography of body fluids (fluorescence and IR examination), fragments of trace evidence, and treated fingerprints.

 

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Date of Recording: Wednesday 20th May

Host(s): Dr Roberto King, Rachael Brewster, Richard Evans

Duration: 104mins 

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 auto-tease

 

Crime-lite ML PRO - Multi-spectral imaging for the detection and mark-up of body fluids

The Crime-lite ML PRO is the first in a new generation of evidence screening tools built to meet the demands of busy forensic laboratories tasked with processing large quantities of evidence. With fully-integrated UV-Vis-IR illumination and an ‘intelligent optics’ imaging system, the ML PRO can be used to mark-up evidence, detecting the presence of bodily fluids and locating minute fragments of trace evidence.

 

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Date of Recording: Wednesday 27th May

Host(s): Yvonne Turner, Laura Dodd, Dan Skros

Duration: 102mins 

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Using-MLPro2 

 

Crime-lite X - The Future of Handheld Forensic Illumination

At the crime scene or in the forensic laboratory, the Crime-lite X provides up to 175x wavebands of intense illumination for the detection and examination of physical evidence.

A complete ALS kit in a single light source, the Crime-lite X includes White, UV, Violet, Blue, Blue/Green, Green, Orange, Red and Infrared LEDs.

 

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Date of Recording: Wednesday 3rd June, 10:00AM (UK Time - GMT+1)

Host(s): Dr Roberto King, Richard Evans, Lloyd Davis

Duration: 60mins (approx.)

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Crime-lite Webinar 

 

Full-Spectrum Forensics - Search for, detect, and examine evidence at the crime scene and in the laboratory

In order to detect the maximum amount of evidence, it is essential that examiners utilise the full 'forensic' spectrum of illumination.

In this webinar, we will demonstrate the benefits of searching for and examining evidence using both visible and non-visible wavelengths of illumination.

 

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Date of Recording: Wednesday 24th June, 10:00AM (UK Time - GMT+1)

Host(s): Nicholas Crabb, Dr Roberto King

Duration: 60mins (approx.)

 

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CRIMELITE 

 

Crime-lite Forensic Light Sources - For the Detection and Examination of Body Fluids

This webinar will include comprehensive demonstrations of our latest range of high-intensity narrowband forensic light sources for the detection of body fluids including semen, saliva, sweat and vaginal fluids at the crime scene and in the laboratory.

 

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Date of Recording: Wednesday 22nd July, 10:00AM (UK Time - GMT+1)

Host(s): Nicholas Crabb, Laura Dodd, Yvonne Turner

Duration: 60mins (approx.)

 

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body fluid detection 

Trace Evidence Analysis - Examination and Identification of Unknowns

Providing accurate and repeatable results to examiners, our trace evidence analysis range of instruments provide facilities to compare and identify fragments of evidence using techniques including, GRIM glass analysis; UV-Vis-IR Micro spectrometry; Fluorescence imaging etc.

 

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Date of Recording: Wednesday 15th July, 10:00AM (UK Time - GMT+1)

Host(s): Dan Freeman, Justin Gould, Romain Le Bloa

Duration: 60mins (approx.)

 

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Fibremicrospec 

 

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