There’s a reason why Forensic Science moved from police stations labs to the front row in many TV shows, with an extra touch of glamour, and it’s not only because it looks great on the small screen. Forensic Science is a field that combines technology, science and justice altogether, giving an unambiguous proof of justice being made at its best. Labs, tools and experts in forensic science are key elements in modern criminal investigations, assisting law enforcement to accurate their work from the very beginning, at the crime scene.
Forensic Science Course for Managers elaborate and examine the history of forensic work, its importance and influence on justice, the indispensable value of the forensic database, and an in-depth review of the technologies and tools enabling crime-solving – from burglary to terrorism and mass-fatalities events.
With a PhD in chemistry and decades of experience R&D and management positions in the IDF, The Israeli Police and the private sector, Dr Zadock is an accomplished member in the Forensic Science Community. Dr Zadock led the Division of Identification and Forensic Science of the Israeli Police (DIFS) during the Al-Aqsa Intifada terror attacks in 2000-2004 and founded the Israeli Forensic DNA Database. Nowadays, he is an international consultant for various forensic services.
History, basic definitions and development of forensic science, its impact on criminal justice and applications in related fields.
The role of forensic investigators, essential principles, means and technologies used in the crime scene.
Entering the Lab – an extensive scan of modern technologies and scientific capabilities used in forensic labs.
Forensic Databases – the roll and types of forensic databases and the legal and ethical questions arise from forensic databases work and capabilities.
Forensic Science is a Strong Weapon – apply forensic science toolkit to intelligence collection, investigation and prevention of terror attacks.
DVI – an examination of crucial forensic science elements in investigating and managing natural disasters and terror mass fatalities events.