We can be proud of the Academy's global educational philanthropic progress as another successful webinar concluded Wednesday, September 28, involving 251 scientists from 32 countries (Albania, Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Bermuda, Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Ethiopia, France, Germany, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Italy, Luxembourg, Mexico, North Macedonia, Panama, the Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Tanzania, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States). Many colleagues participated past midnight, their time!
We would like to thank the AAFS honored speakers and attendee members who donated their time over the past two years for their support of the GCFS with the United Nations, Department of Justice (DOJ) International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP), and other university/academic programs around the world. We are earning our way toward being a part of the DOJ's educational fabric as the AAFS' collaboration with the DOJ's ICITAP is now listed in the DOJ's educational catalog. We are grateful for the ICITAP collaboration and the opportunity to give back.
The following AAFS/DOJ ICITAP Collaboration Webinars are available to everyone for free. Click HERE for more information.
- Introduction to Digital Forensics and ISO Accreditation
- Damaged Devices, RAM, Video, Drones and Phones
- Gender-Based Violence/Sexual Assault
- Aquatic Investigations and Document Examinations … Not Just Handwriting
- Novel Psychotropic Substances
Access the free recordings of webinars HERE.
We are now looking for topics to put forward to the AAFS Board of Directors for 2023 webinar consideration. Please contact Laura Liptai (email@example.com) if you want to contribute a topic toward global education.
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