Ruwan Uduwerage-Perera is a former criminal justice practitioner and now an academic in the fields of criminology, criminal justice, and policing, with a wealth of advisory and lecturing experience in the United Kingdom, Europe and South Asian. Ruwan’s passion is to forge robust and meaningful links between academia, the criminal justice system and other bodies by reducing the mystic about criminology and developing practitioner academics within the workplace
Madhusree Konala is the Assistant Director of Telangana Forensic Science Laboratory, Hyderabad, at present she is working as Forensic Science Faculty in Telangana State Police Academy, Hyderabad. She has got 27+ years of work experience in Forensic Science Laboratory. She has attended many National & International Forensic Science Conferences. Her research works in Forensic Serology, was published in International Journals in the year 2013.
Beatrice Gabriela Ioan is Professor of Legal Medicine and Bioethics at “Grigore T. Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Iasi, Romania, She also serves as forensic pathologist at the Institute of Legal Medicine of Iași. She graduated from the Faculty of Medicine in 1993, the Faculty of Psychology in 2002 and the Law Faculty in 2012. In 2004 she graduated from the Master Program in Bioethics at Case Western Reserve University, USA. She is a member of the Committee on Bioethics of the Council of Europe and its former Chair and a member of the International Bioethics Committee- UNESCO.
Associate Professor of Criminal Investigation and Investigation – Member of criminal investigation Section - Head of Police Management Section - Dubai Police Academy. He received Doctorate in Criminal Sciences - entitled "The legislative and security confrontation of the crimes of electronic signature" a comparative study "- with a very good overall grade with exchange - dated 2012 - from Police Academy. Instructor a course in scientific methods developed in the fight against crime - PhD students - Dubai Police Academy - 2018, 2019 Rewards and Honours: 1- Rewards from Minister of the Interior – Egypt - for exposing the ambiguity of many criminal cases (case of conducting a criminal investigation) 2- Controlling many cases in combating e-terrorism, cyber fraud and criminal cases 3- Acknowledgment for the outstanding performance of the Minister of Interior in 2016 – 4- UN medal of honour during serving in peacekeeping operation in Darfur 2014
Dr. Astitva Anand is currently in a scientific officer designation at the state of the art laboratory, Forensic Science Laboratory, Home Department, Government of Gujarat. He has completed PhD in from the School of Forensic Science, National Forensic Sciences University, Gandhianagar. He has graduated with a M.Sc. (Forensic Science) in 2011 from the Institute of Forensic Science, Gujarat Forensic Sciences University, Gandhianagar. He was awarded the fellowship of national level namely, junior and senior research fellow in 2013 and 2015, University Grants Commision (UGC), Government of India. His main interests are in the analytical chemistry and toxicology. Currently, he is the author of journal articles in the field of benzene metabolomics. He has teaching experience of around 7.5 years to M.Sc students. He has also imparted training to national and intenational police regarding Crime Scene Management, Forensic Medicine, Instrumental Techniques and Toxicology. He has also served in multinational company named PerkinElmerInc. as Technical specialist.
Dr. Domingo Magliocca is a Certified Geographic Profiling Analyst serving in Italy as a police officer assigned at Judicial Police Section of local Public Prosecutor's Office for criminal investigation activities. He has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Security and Social Control Operator, a Master’s Degree in Applied Criminology for Investigation and Security from University of Bologna, and a Master’s Degree in Law from the University Telematica Pegaso. Domingo is author of books “Tracce geografiche criminali. Teoria e tecnica del Profilo Geografico” (Primiceri Edition, 2020) about geographic profiling technique, “Introduzione al crimine violento. Criminal profiling e classificazioni pratiche (Primiceri Edition, 2020), “Profilo Criminale. Analisi integrata del luogo del delitto” (Primiceri Edition, 2019) about criminal profiling, and “Il delitto di atti persecutori - stalking” (Primiceri Edition, 2017) about phenomena of stalking. He is author of specialistic articles about stalking, crime scene, law, geographical offender profiling as “Geographic Profiling Report. The homicide of Cattolica and of others women: hypothesis of serial killer in Milan”. He was a board member of journal "Intelligence & Storia Top Secret", Peer Reviewer of international scientific journal “Universal Journal of Psychology”. Domingo is a collaborator of technical-juridical journal "Sicurezza e Giustizia", as well as speaker in international forensic science conferences. He is a honorary member of Bolivian Forensic Sciences Society.
Dr. Rakhi Khanna is presently the Deputy Director Training at State Forensic Science Laboratory, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. As Head of Toxicology section, Analyzed more than 10 thousand cases. Manage Analysis and Reporting of Poisoning cases, Produce Reports in time, Give evidence in court, Adoption of new innovative techniques of analysis according to specific cases. Performed Research work in many cases. President of Internal Complaint committee of Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal Act against sexual harassment of women at workplace, 2013. Has wide experience of analytical and administrative work as DDO, Building construction of new building, Development of new Laboratory and Toxicology Division at Ajmer, Attend conferences, sending papers in conferences, taking invited lectures. Working experience of 22 years as Forensic Scientist cum Toxicologist from 1998 and have experience of analyses of large number of cases. approx. 20,000 cases and 60000 exhibits are reported.
Dr Leena Bhardwaj has completed her PhD in Forensic Odontology in collaboration of Central Forensic Science Laboratory, CBI, New Delhi. She is a dental graduate and completed her postgraduate in dental forensics. She has been working as Assistant Professor and Founder Head in Department of Forensic Science. She has published her multiple patents and publications in the area of forensics. She is also actively involved in research in academics and currently co-authoring the book on the concepts of adult learning in Indian Setting with Dr T D Dogra(Ex-Director, AIIMS, New Delhi).
I am a Senior Leader within Policing, having over 27 years’ experience in the application of Forensic Science within operational policing, across all levels of criminality. As Director of Science for FCN, providing support and coordination to 43 police forces across England and Wales. Having responsibility for national portfolios, with a passion for driving change to deliver best practice with quality embedded at the heart of forensic science and operational investigations.
Anthony Schembri is a respected law enforcement and academic professional with over four decades’ experience in the field. Over the years, he has drawn praise from such varied sources as New York City Mayor, President Jimmy Carter, Florida Governor Jeb Bush, and New York Governor Mario Cuomo. First appointed to the Brooklyn District Attorneys Office he advanced to Deputy Chief of the Narcotics Bureau, then to Director of Training at the District Attorneys Police Academy. Anthony Schembri has served as the city’s Deputy Inspector General, investigating cases of major crime and corruption. He was appointed by the Mayor of New York as Corrections Commissioner, a position putting him in charge of 12,000 uniformed officers and 20,000 inmates at 19 separate jail facilities. Today, the Citrus County, Florida, resident serves as a Visiting Professor at Oxford and Sheffield Hallam University and named Outstanding Professor of the Year at the University of Florida.
Anna Barbaro has completed her European PhD in Forensic Genetics (PhD) at University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain). She got a Diploma at the School of Specialization in Applied Genetics and a Master Diploma in Psychological and Behavioral Techniques of the Criminal Investigation at the University of Rome La Sapienza (Italy). She has published more than 150 papers, including conference presentation, she is Author of 3 technical Manuals and of some chapters in other books. She serves as President of the Worldwide Association of Women Forensic Experts, she is honor member of some scientific associations, she serves as reviewer for several international scientific journals and she is Member of the Editorial Committee of some international scientific journals. Invited speaker at various national and international conferences, organizer of courses and conferences about Forensic Sciences, member of the Scientific Committee of several courses and conferences.
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