Education and training in forensic intelligence: a new challenge


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Crispino, Frank, Rossy, Quentin, Ribaux, Olivier et Roux, Claude (2015). Education and training in forensic intelligence: a new challenge. Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, 47 (1). pp. 49-60. ISSN 0045-0618 1834-562X DOI 10.1080/00450618.2014.906655

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From recent calls for positioning forensic scientists within the criminal justice system, but also policing and intelligence missions, this paper emphasises the need for the development of educational and training programmes in the area of forensic intelligence. It is argued that an imbalance exists between perceived and actual understanding of forensic intelligence by police and forensic science managers, and that this imbalance can only be overcome through education. The challenge for forensic intelligence education and training is therefore to devise programmes that increase forensic intelligence awareness, firstly for managers to help prevent poor decisions on how to develop information processing. Two recent European courses are presented as examples of education offerings, along with lessons learned and suggested paths forward. It is concluded that the new focus on forensic intelligence could restore a pro-Active approach to forensic science, better quantify its efficiency and let it get more involved in investigative and managerial decisions. A new educational challenge is opened to forensic science university programmes around the world: to refocus criminal trace analysis on a more holistic security problem solving approach. © 2014 © 2014 Australian Academy of Forensic Sciences.

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Date de dépôt: 25 mars 2020 19:15
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