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Quality processes in forensic science: Real life fact versus television fantasy
|Time||2pm to 4pm|
|Venue||Majura Forensic Facility
1 Tambreet St
|Cost||Members - Free
Non-members - $25
How Quality Management is undertaken in forensic science, including a tour of the AFP Forensic Facility.
This event provides an overview of the quality processes in forensics and a tour of the purpose built AFP Forensic Facility highlighting the different Forensic Disciplines.
Presenter: Ian Cowan
Ian Cowan is a Senior Team Member in the AFP Quality Team. Ian is currently studying a Masters in Quality Systems through Massey University.
Enquiries to Esther McVicar - Esther.McVicar@ramint.gov.au
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