Conference Autumn 2012
second BAHID conference of 2012 will take place on Saturday 8th December at
Chancellors Hotel and Conference Centre in Manchester. On this occasion
we have chosen to have a general
conference on all matters relating to human identification to attract
practitioners from a wide range of disciplines.†
particular we would like to encourage the presentation of dissertation
research projects or case studies where the application of recent new
techniques may aid or has
assisted in successful resolution of the identification process.
Due to the success of the previous conferences, a similar format has been chosen for the upcoming mini-conference. A welcome reception will be organised on Friday evening, 7th December. The Saturday will consist of a keynote address, invited papers, general paper sessions and poster presentations.
The British Association for Forensic Anthropology (BAFA) will host a meeting on Sunday morning 9th December. One or more workshops will be organised for this meeting and the awarded CPD points may be used towards professional accreditation as a forensic anthropologist.
The conference is aimed at participants with an interest in human identification, including the police and associated investigative services, scenes of crime officers, legislators, policy makers, plus specialists and students from areas such as DNA profiling, stable isotope chemistry, latent prints, biometrics, forensic odontology, facial identification, podiatry, forensic anthropology and forensic archaeology.Prices for the conference are:
||£20 per workshop
||£15 per workshop