Due to circumstances around the COVID-19 pandemic, this event will no longer take place at ExCeL London on 8-10 September 2020.
The next edition will take place 18-20 May 2021 still alongside the Informa Markets events including IFSEC International. The decision been made in an effort to ensure the health and safety of FEE exhibitors, speakers and visitors, while the trajectory of the pandemic remains unclear.
Take your place alongside the experts shaping the future of forensic science
Forensics Europe Expo is Europe's leading event dedicated to forensic science. The event encompasses all aspects of forensic investigation and offers a wealth of free experiences for professional development and learning.
Essential for any forensics professional, Forensics Europe Expo is the must-attend event to learn about and source the very latest technologies on the market.
Increasing globalisation has facilitated a more complex form of crime that does not respect national borders. At the same time, the privatisation of forensic analysis has led to disjointed operations between police, labs, and academic researchers. This impacts the development of techniques, the identification of useful testing, and the packaging and storage of crucial evidence.
FEE 2020 will bring together leading experts and innovators from the areas of law enforcement, industry and academia to debate these challenges and innovations to overcome them.
We are very pleased to announce our new partnership with the National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC) and Global Forensic & Justice Center (GFJC) at Florida International University (FIU), whose world-leading experts are helping to shape and progress the offering of the FEE Conference for students and professionals.
Join is in May when we'll welcome back leading experts and innovators from the areas of law enforcement, industry and academia who are converging to debate challenges and opportunities around:
- Re-evaluating standards in traditional and digital forensics
- Lab accreditation
- Portable and field forensics
- Funding essential domestic R&D to transform frontline practices
- Ethics and bias in forensic analysis and DNA sharing
- Rapid DNA modelling
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