Forensic chemistry fighting crimes in the community

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NSW Branch, Analytical & Environmental Group Webinar

Wednesday, 28 April at 12 pm to 1.30 pm via Zoom

Forensic  Chemistry Fighting Crimes in the Community

Forensic laboratories and researchers have an important role in using chemical techniques to support the judicial system and protect the public''s health. The current issue for the forensic scientist is the growing emergence of Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS) equating to the need for method development to aid in detection. These novel compounds have required an increase in research effort and utilisation of state of the art instrumentation such as high resolution mass spectrometry.

RACI NSW Analytical & Environmental Group has organised an online webinar that brings together experienced scientists using forensic science to support law enforcement and create a safer world. Analysis and detection of novel psychoactive substances is a major theme.


PRESENTATIONS:

  • “Forensic Toxicology – protecting our community”
    Jason Tran, Senior Scientist, Forensic Toxicology Laboratory, NSW FASS

 

  • “Non-targeted analysis approaches for the detection of novel psychoactive substances (NPS)”.
    Professor Shanlin Fu, Researcher, Centre for Forensic Science, UTS Sydney 


  • “The Technical Forensic Support Unit (TFSU) – NSW Police Force”   
    Joshua Stephen Van Vorst, Technical Forensic Analyst, TFSU – Forensic Evidence and Technical Services Command, Forensic Evidence and Technical Services Command, Crime Scene Services Branch, NSW Police Force.

Cost:

RACI Member: $10
Non-Member: $20
Student: $10

Register below:

  • RACI members need to log in to register with your username(your email address registered with RACI) & password.
  • Non-members are required to create an account to enable registration. 
  • Registration closing date: 26 Apr 2021
  • Zoom link will be sent on 27 Apr 2021

      *Any issues with registrations, please contact Claire Jung

When
4/28/2021 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
AUS Eastern Standard Time

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