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BAFO exists to encourage education and good practice in forensic odontology and recognize, review performance and mentor member practitioners in forensic odontology.

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New Criminal Practice Directions (Nov 2016)

The Lord Chief Justice has amended the Criminal Practice Directions. Two new sections provides a form of words to be used by expert witnesses in statements/reports to meet the requirements under the Criminal Procedure Rules and with pre-hearing discussions of expert evidence. The full wording can be found in the members’ section. With thanks to the Forensic......read more

US report – Forensic Science in Criminal Courts: Ensuring Scientific Validity of Feature-Comparison Methods now available in the members’ area (Sept 2016)

This is the end report, released in Sept 2016 from the US by the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology. It looks at the validity of various aspects of forensic science used in the criminal justice system, including bite mark analysis. ......read more

BAFO Conference Nov 2016 program (July 2016)

The program for the Nov 2016 BAFO conference in Lincoln is now available in the meetings section The AGM will take place at 16.45H on Fri 18th Nov 2016. Ordinary members of the Committee There are three positions for ordinary membership of the Committee up for election. Two of the ordinary members serve for a period......read more

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Meetings news...

Third International Continuing Course in Forensic Odontology June/July 2017
Early booking required.
A four day course covering the use of Plass Data (DVI System International ver. 5) in DVI. It will take place in an interesting location near to the Arctic Circle and has been organised by colleagues from Norway, Sweden and Iceland. Certain application criteria exist, so be sure to read the linked brochure carefully.
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