Forensics Europe Expo (FEE) returns to ExCeL London on 17th & 18th May, and continues to cover the four key pillars of forensic investigation:
► Digital forensics
► Laboratory equipment & solutions
► Scene of crime
► Forensic analytics
Forensics Europe Expo (FEE) is now firmly established as the market-leading exhibition & conference for forensic science and investigation in Europe. The event continues to be the primary meeting place for global forensic investigation solution providers and senior buyers seeking to create rewarding business partnerships, as well as an educational platform for new technology & solutions.
The main theme for FEE 2023 is ‘Modernising Forensic Investigations’. The conference will be split into two main streams:
- Beyond the Forensic Laboratory.
- Digital Forensics.
Day One – Data and Evidence Collection
Exploring the concepts and technologies driving enhanced data collection.
- Digital forensics and the extraction of evidence.
- Overcoming existing limitations within the physical forensics space.
- Emerging technologies pushing the existing boundaries of collection.
Day Two – Data and Evidence Analysis
Examining the processes and technologies behind analysing collected information.
- Accreditation and standards for best practice.
- Information sharing and a collaborative approach to investigations.
- Managing information overload and clutter.
The Premier Event Partner to FEE this year, is the Forensics Capability Network (FCN).
FCN is the national network for forensic science in policing in England and Wales. Established in 2020, FCN is funded and led by the policing community through the NPCC and acts as an extension of the forensic teams in local police forces. FCN also brings together policing, academic and private-sector partners to collaborate on projects and share knowledge. The organisation provides access to national knowledge, advice and capabilities – whether that’s preparing for accreditation, accessing innovative research or procuring services through contracts and frameworks.
To date, FCN has helped more than half of all police forces prepare for accreditation, saved £100,000s in efficiencies through national projects on ground truth data, fire investigation and Sexual Assault Referral Centres, and secured more than £1m in additional forensic research investment.
FCN’s latest campaign, Swab Out Crime, aims to create the UK’s first Y-chromosome reference database to help put offenders behind bars and clear the innocent.
Join FEE this year to learn, engage and form the future of forensic scientific innovation, to improve methodologies and practices in data and evidence collection, analysis and presentation.
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Entrance to FEE is free, subject to meeting registration criteria, physical security clearance on the day and production of photo ID on entrance and clearance of security protocols.
FEE looks forward to welcoming you in May.