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Meeting report published: 3rd International Forum for DVI

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This is the Euroscicon meeting report, which took place on the 4th of March 2014 in London
The report describes the need for contingency planning, multi-organisational and international preparations and training, as well as critical reflections on past deployments and new trends and technologies from academic research, which have the potential to revolutionise the Disaster Victim Identification operations of the future.
Meeting Chair: Professor Sue Black, Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification, University of Dundee, Scotland UK
Author: Ms Sarah Ellingham, Teesside University
Editor: Dr Astrid Englezou, Euroscicon Ltd

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Contents

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTERS

  • DVI is global
  • The case for professionalising the UK DVI capability.
  • Collaboration and communication: The forensic science provider’s perspective.
  • Fail to prepare, prepare to fail. A framework for DVI deployment planning.
  • Developing integrated communications and data environment software for disaster scenes.
  • Post-mortem computed tomography in the identification of the developing human.
  • Identification of the victims of the Christchurch earthquake.
  • DVI: A multiagency response.

CONCLUSION

REFERENCES

BIOGRAPHIES

  • Session Chair: Professor Sue Black.
  • Alison Brough.
  • Brian Chittick.
  • Nigel Humphreys.
  • Patrick Langdon.
  • Jules Kieser
  • Jen Williams.

 

Format: Kindle Edition

File Size: 1501 KB

Print Length: 27 pages

Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited

Publisher: HONNAO (25 Jan. 2015)

Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.

Language: English

ASIN: B00SRZTQGO

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