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Maureen Casey-Owens Award Recipient
Questioned Documents Conference Reminders
Happy Holidays QD Members!
Remembering Manny Gonzales
Detection of hidden marks on Hwatu cards used in illegal gambling
Hwatu is a popular card game widely played in both Korea and Japan. This study examined hwatu cards used in the fraudulent gambling in Korea. Fraudsters used the hwatu cards, with hidden marks printed on the back using special ink to identify the cards so that they could deceive ...
Scope of Expertise in Forensic Document Examination
This standard describes the responsibilities of and general qualifications for forensic science practitioners engaged in the practice of forensic document examination. This document provides guidance to anyone encountering matters involving forensic document examination.
Linton Mohammed Receives ASQDE’s Highest Award
Call for Nominations for the Questioned Documents Section’s Ordway Hilton Award
Structural and optical characterization of banknotes using spectral‐domain optical...
Counterfeiting of banknotes remains a severe threat to economic security and social stability. The characterization of banknote has mainly relied on the assessment of various security features applied to the surface of the note. However, the surface features are easy to forge and...
Comparative analysis of aged documents by desorption electrospray ionization–Mass...
Document dating is an important and challenging task in the field of forensic science. With the development of analytical techniques, related methods are emerging for document dating studies. Desorption electrospray ionization–mass spectrometry (DESI‐MS) is an ambient ionization‐...
Scanner model classification with characteristic brightness variations
Analog documents and scanned digitized files are now considered equivalent in legal contexts, and the widespread supply of multi‐functional printers has led to a surge in the use of scanned documents. With image editing tools, there has been more cases of forgery involving scanne...
The European Document Experts Working Group (EDEWG) Organization and Service
Education and Training in Forensic Document Analysis Offered as an Elective Course to...
Standards for the Examination of Documents Using a Digital Workspace
The Creation of a Demand Note Reference Collection
Standard for Examination of Handwritten Items
2022–23 Nominating Committee Report
The Nominating Committee has announced its list of nominees for 2022–23 officers:
Remembering Questioned Documents Section Associate Member Charles L. Haywood (1945–2022)
Charles Lewis Haywood was born on February 7, 1945, in Ft. Pierce, FL, and passed away peacefully on May 27, 2022, after a long battle with cancer.