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2nd International Congress on Forensic Science and Psychology, will be organized around the theme “Alter the minds to alter their attitudes of living : Forensic Psychology”

Forensic Congress 2017 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Forensic Congress 2017

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Forensic science is the study of scientific advancement and the application of science to criminal and civil laws. A forensic scientist gathers the evidences preserve through the field of crime investigation. The word forensic derived from the Latin term forensic, meaning "of or before the forum." History of the term is originated during which a criminal charge to present the case before a group of public individuals in the forum from the Roman times. It involves several scientific fields in process of retaining evidence, such as medicine, microbiology , pathology, chemistry etc. As well every cutting-edge technology used by the forensic researcher will be an effort by forensic science to prove a crime. Forensic Scientist testifies as expert witness in both civil and criminal cases, and can work for either defence or prosecution.

  • Track 1-1Controlled Substances
  • Track 1-2Crime Scence Investigation
  • Track 1-3Forensic DNA
  • Track 1-4Alternative Genetic Markers
  • Track 1-5Compromised DNA Evidence
  • Track 1-6Human DNA Quantitation
  • Track 1-7General Tools and Information
  • Track 1-8Miniaturization and Automation
  • Track 1-9Impression and pattern Evidence
  • Track 1-10Trace Evidence
  • Track 1-11Social Science Research on Forensic Science

Forensic psychology  is a study to  analyse  a rapidly growing discipline professionally practiced by psychologists within the areas of clinical psychologycounselling psychology, school psychology, Forensic statistics  and they are engaged as experts and represent themselves in  an activity primarily intended to provide professional psychological expertise to the judicial system.

  • Track 2-1Criminal Psychology
  • Track 2-2Criminal History
  • Track 2-3Practices in Forensic Psychology
  • Track 2-4Stress and Burnout Psychological Effects
  • Track 2-5Group Dynamics
  • Track 2-6Interpersonal Attaction

Forensic psychiatry is a sub-speciality and is related to criminology. A forensic psychiatrist provides services – such as determination of competency to stand trial – to facilitate the adjudicative process to the court and provide treatment like medications and psychotherapy to criminals.

  • Track 3-1Clinical Work With Perpetrators and Victims
  • Track 3-2Expert testimony
  • Track 3-3Psychotherapy and social issues
  • Track 3-4Biological Evaluation and Treatment
  • Track 3-5Cognitive Biases and Psychiatry
  • Track 3-6Mental Disorder and Classification
  • Track 3-7Risk Assessment

Forensic medicine is the science that deals with the application of medical Knowledge to legal questions. It  was recognized as a specialty early in the 19th century. The primary tool of forensic medicine has always been the autopsy. A  detailed information about the type of weapon used by examining the importance of contextual information by the forensic pathologist. In case of death, caused by a weapon to identify the dead, autopsies are used to conduct /determine the cause of death. A major factor in the identification of victims of disaster, such as landslide or plane crash. In cause of death determinations a forensic pathologists can significantly affect the outcome of trials dealing with insurance and inheritance.


  • Track 4-1Ethical Issues
  • Track 4-2Assesment of Possible Causes of Death
  • Track 4-3Assessment of Child Neglect
  • Track 4-4Offender Charecteristics
  • Track 4-5Sexual Abuse
  • Track 4-6Memmories of Childhood Neglect and Abuse
  • Track 4-7Child Maltreatment and Household Dysfunction
  • Track 4-8Childhood Experience of Care and Abuse Questionnaire

Toxicology is a study effects on the drugs and chemicals on biological systems. It deals with the application of toxicology to cases and issues where those effects have administrative or medico‐legal consequences, and the results are likely to be used in court. It is a modern science, based on published and widely accepted scientific methods and practices, for both analysis of drugs in biological materials, and interpretation of those results. Many of the  employs have been derived from innovations in clinical medicine and academic laboratories throughout the world. Forensic toxicologists work with pathologists and coroners is to establish the role of alcohol, drugs and poisons in the causation of death. The presence of drugs and chemicals in blood and tissue samples were identified by the toxicologist. Pharmacology is the study of  medicine and biology concerned with the study of drug action, where a drug can be broadly defined as any man-made, natural and endogenous (from within body) molecule which exerts a biochemical and/or physiological effect on the organisms (sometimes the word pharmacon  is used as a term to encompassthese endogenous and exogenous bioactive species).

  • Track 5-1Human Performance Toxicology
  • Track 5-2Doping Control
  • Track 5-3Death Investigation Toxicology
  • Track 5-4Forensic Pathology
  • Track 5-5Learning Disability Assessment
  • Track 5-6Brain Injuries Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Track 5-7Advanced Analytical Forensic Toxicology

forensic geneticist is a scientist who analyses blood, fluids and tissue samples to extract the DNA for identification. This professional spends a lot of time in laboratories and might collaborate with teams of other scientists or law enforcement professionals. The application of biology to law enforcement includes the subtypes like forensic anthropology, forensic botany, forensic entomology, forensic odontology and various DNA or protein based techniques.

  • Track 6-1Genetic Disorders
  • Track 6-2Genomics
  • Track 6-3Gene mapping
  • Track 6-4Combinations of Gene Mutations
  • Track 6-5Fundamentals of Biology
  • Track 6-6Genetic Variations

Forensic Pathology  focuses on determining the cause of death by examining a corpse. Forensic pathologists and the medical examiners are specially trained physicians who examine the bodies of people who dies unexpectedly or violently. The forensic pathologist is responsible for determining the cause (the ultimate and immediate reasons for the cessation of life) and manner of death (homicide, suicide, accidental, natural or unknown).

  • Track 7-1Medical Examination
  • Track 7-2Autopsies
  • Track 7-3Determining the Causes

Forensic criminology is the scientific study of crime.  In the Professionals fields to identify and predict psychological, sociological and economic characteristics that may leads to the  people to commit crimes.  Criminal psychology  is also referred to be a  criminological psychology is the study the wills, thoughts, intentions and reactions of criminals  behaviour. It is related to what makes someone commit a crime, but also the reactions after the crime, on the run or in court. Criminal psychologists  often called up as witnesses in court cases to help the jury understand the mind of the criminal. Some types of Psychiatry also deals with the aspects of criminal behaviours. Psychiatrists and psychologists are licensed professionals that can assess both mental and physical states.  If an offender is competent to trial whether or not an offender to be sane/insane at the time of the offense. The question of competency to stand trial is a question of an offender’s current state of mind. The offender’s has ability to understand the charge against them, the possible outcomes of being convicted/acquitted of these charges and their ability to assist their attorney with their defence. The question of sanity/insanity or criminal responsibility is an assessment of the offender’s state of mind at the time of the crime.

  • Track 8-1Social Economy
  • Track 8-2Crime Preservation
  • Track 8-3Crime Statistic
  • Track 8-4Domestic Voilence
  • Track 8-5Evaluation of Criminal Justies Agencies
  • Track 8-6Criminal Careers and Desistance

Forensic chemistry is the application of chemistry and its subfield in a legal setting of forensic toxicology. A forensic chemist can assist in the identification of unknown materials found at a crime scene. The range of different methods is important to the destructive nature of some instruments and the number of possible unknown substances that can be found at a scene. Forensic chemists used to prefer non-destructive methods first and to preserve evidence to determine which destructive methods will produce the best results.

  • Track 9-1Investigating the Physical and Chemical Properties
  • Track 9-2Scientific Methods for Analyzing Evidences
  • Track 9-3Encompasses Organic and Inorganic Analysis
  • Track 9-4Analytical Techniques
  • Track 9-5Toxicology

Forensic analytical chemistry is  to defined the  analytical chemistry as it pertains to law. We recently taught a course that covered many facets of forensic sciences such as drug analysis, toxicology, trace analysis, arson analysis, and DNA/serology. Guest lecturers were used to cover topics such as methods in crime scene investigation, the studies involves the trace evidence, and the role of the forensic pathologist. The material was presented to illustrate "real world" applications of analytical chemistry. Forensic chemistry is subjected to serves as a palette from which we can stimulate the interests and abilities of our students. With the backdrop of forensic decision-making, the real world relevance of chemical measurements is obvious to students.

  • Track 10-1DNA Analysis
  • Track 10-2Voice Recognitions
  • Track 10-3Ballistics
  • Track 10-4Autopsy

Forensic nursing  is a grounded practice in the rich bio-psycho-social-spiritual education of registered nurses and the use of nursing process to diagnose and treat individuals, families, and communities affected by violence and trauma. The systems that respond to the Forensic nursing targets for the management and prevention of intentional and unintentional injuries in a global community. The forensic nurse collaborates with the agents in healthcare, social and legal systems to investigate the clinical presentations and pathologies by evaluating intentional or unintentional physical and psychological injury; describing the scientific relationships between injury and evidence; and interpreting the associated or influencing factors.

  • Track 11-1Forensic Nursing and Medico Legal Death Investigation
  • Track 11-2Clinical Forensic Investigators
  • Track 11-3Medical Professionals and Law Enforcement
  • Track 11-4Caring of Victims of Violence and Abuse
  • Track 11-5Forensic Nursing and Psychiatric–Mental Health/Correctional Settings

Forensic Victimology as a field of scientific study in victims for the purposes of addressing investigative and forensic issues. It involves the investigation of facts accurate, critical, and objective outlining of a victim’s lifestyles and circumstances, the events leading up to an injury, and the precise nature of any harm or loss suffered. The term Victimology was first appeared in 1949 in a book about murderers written by forensic psychiatrist Fredric Wertham.

  • Track 12-1Assist in Developing Crime
  • Track 12-2Assist in Developing Timeline
  • Track 12-3Provide Investigative Suggestions
  • Track 12-4Assist with Public Safety Response
  • Track 12-5Educate the Court

The modern forensic science can differentiate trace element and organic materials down to the level of merely a few hundred molecules. Forensic science plays an effective role in solving the complicated and unsolved cases. There are various kinds of laws and regulation which fight against the crimes in the society. Crime is both social and economic phenomenon, by which whole human society gets distressed. The nature of the crime has been also changing and diversifying with the growth and development of the society. The applications of science and technology to detect and investigate the crime and administration of justice are not new to India. The term forensic is derived from the Latin word forensis which belongs to courts of justice or public discussion and debate. It therefore means the science which is used for justices “CRIMINALISTICS”. In spite of many people are not aware from the science to plays an important role in the identification of crime and criminals. The area of its operation is quite wide and comprehensive .In its application to the administration of law, it is known as “Forensic Science”.

  • Track 13-1Fringer Printing
  • Track 13-2Examine Bullets
  • Track 13-3Gloveprint Analysis
  • Track 13-4Forensic Footwear Evidence
  • Track 13-5DNA Profiling
  • Track 13-6Forensic Dactyloscopy
  • Track 13-7Forensic DNA Analysis
  • Track 13-8Fingerprint Analysis
  • Track 13-9Vein Matching
  • Track 13-10Ear Print Analysis
  • Track 13-11Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
  • Track 13-12DNA Phenotyping
  • Track 13-13Palmprint Analysis
  • Track 13-14Soil Forensics