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Type :
PARALLEL SESSION
Date :
Thursday 30th August 2018
Schedule :
14h00 - 18h00
Session Title :
PS11 - Multi-disciplinary insights on forensic science, law, criminology and international cooperation
Room :
Auditorium Pasteur
List of speakers :
Chair(s) :

Tim WILSON
Pierre MARGOT
O0101
14h00 - 14h20
Brexit and the prospect (or not) of continued UK participation in EU scientific and technological data sharing, research and criminal justice casework
Tim J Wilson
O0102
14h20 - 14h40
Cross Border cooperation in the EU, European Forensic Science Area and Brexit
Oriola Sallavaci
O0103
14h40 - 15h00
The importance of analyzing forensic traces in minor crimes to detect serial crimes and major crimes
Eva WETTBORG
O0104
15h00 - 15h20
Forensic Science, Criminology and Justice: What are the benefits and pitfalls of developing an interdisciplinary epistemic community?
Roberta Julian
O0105
15h20 - 15h40
A European evidence space? Examining the feasibility of rules on cross-border admissibility of forensic expert evidence
Sofie Depauw
O0106
15h40 - 16h00
Demonstrating Reliability and Directing Scrutiny: a framework to assist scientists and lawyers
Sophie carr
O0107
16h30 - 16h50
Breaking the barriers between intelligence, investigation and evaluation: a continuous approach to define the contribution of forensic science
Simon BAECHLER
O0108
16h50 - 17h10
Policing Cybercrime: The (Legal) Procedural, Evidential and Ethical Implications.
Adam Jackson
O0109
17h10 - 17h30
Forensic assistance provided worldwide by the Office of the United Nations on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
Stephanie CAUBET

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