Archival On-Demand Education

Archived Online Forensic Symposium


When: 

THIS SYMPOSIUM ORGINALLY OCCURRED ON may 20th - may 24TH, 2024, FROM 8:45AM - 12PM ET EACH DAY.


Program Chairs: Dr. Sabra Jones (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), and Dr. Lorna Nisbet (University of Dundee)


Welcome to the 2024 Current Trends in Forensic Toxicology Symposium,

The theme for this year's conference is “Global Perspectives in Forensic Toxicology: Trends, Partnerships, and Innovation”. This strategic choice underscores the growing necessity for collaborative efforts within the forensic toxicology community with our national and global partners, public health, and researchers.

Archived Live Webinar


WHEN:
This webinar originally occurred on Thursday, April 11th, 2024 from 11:00am - 12:30pm ET. All presentations and materials have been archived for you to access as On-Demand content.


CFSRE’s NPS Discovery is an open-access drug early warning system (EWS) operating in the United States. NPS Discovery’s evidence-based approach leads the development of high impact reports for real-time action. We are working in collaboration with public health and public safety agencies to rapidly identify emerging drugs associated with intoxications, adverse events, and fatalities.

Archived Online Forensic Symposium

This symposium orginally occurred on JANUARY 22nd - JANUARY 26TH, 2024, FROM 8:45AM - 12PM ET EACH DAY.


Program Chairs: DR. SIMON DUNNE (SWEDISH POLICE AUTHORITY) and dr. maggie tam (CANADA BORDER SERVICES AGENCY)


Welcome to the 2024 Current Trends in Seized Drug Analysis Symposium. We successfully completed a week of exciting interactions with scientists and law enforcement agencies worldwide who showed how drug analysis methods and data can be used in the fight against drugs and organized crime.

Archived Live Webinar


WHEN:
This webinar originally occurred on Thursday, January 11th, 2024 from 11:00am - 12:30pm ET.  All presentations and materials have been archived for you to access as On-Demand content. 


CFSRE’s NPS Discovery is an open-access drug early warning system (EWS) operating in the United States. NPS Discovery’s evidence-based approach leads the development of high impact reports for real-time action. We are working in collaboration with public health and public safety agencies to rapidly identify emerging drugs associated with intoxications, adverse events, and fatalities.

Archived Live Webinar


WHEN: 
This webinar originally occurred on Wednesday, December 20th, 2023 from 1pm - 2:30pm ET. All presentations and materials have been archived for you to access as On-Demand content. 


Over the last five years, Investigative Genetic Genealogy (IGG) has emerged as an extremely powerful tool that has revolutionized the field of cold case investigation. This webinar is an introduction to IGG and how the tool is currently being used to identify human remains and provide investigative leads to law enforcement agencies. Legal and privacy considerations related to the use of IGG, as well as limitations of the tool, will also be discussed.

Archived Live Webinar


WHEN: 
This webinar originally occurred on Wednesday, December 6th, 2023 from 1pm - 2pm ET.  All presentations and materials have been archived for you to access as On-Demand content.  


Impaired driving is both public safety and public health concern in the United States. Obtaining accurate data about DUID problem is difficult due to a lack of consistent testing, no centralized reporting and emergence of new drugs and adulterants in the drug supply. The CFSRE is collaborating with forensic toxicology testing laboratories and the Regional Toxicology Liaison (RTL) program to evaluate impaired driving trends and provide resources to laboratories.

Archived Live Webinar

 

When:
This webinar originally occured on Thursday, October 12th, 2023 from 11:00am - 12:30pm ET. All presentations and materials have been archived for you to access as On-Demand content.


CFSRE’s NPS Discovery is an open-access drug early warning system (EWS) operating in the United States. NPS Discovery’s evidence-based approach leads the development of high impact reports for real-time action. We are working in collaboration with public health and public safety agencies to rapidly identify emerging drugs associated with intoxications, adverse events, and fatalities.

Archived Live Webinar


WHEN: 
This webinar originally occured on Tuesday, October 10th, 2023 from 1pm - 2pm ET. All presentations and materials have been archived for you to access as On-Demand content. 


Ethics is defined by Miriam Webster as moral principles that govern a person's behavior or the conducting of an activity as well as the branch of knowledge that deals with moral principles.

Archived Live Webinar


When: 

This webinar originally occured on Wednesday, July 12th, 2023 from 1pm - 2pm ET. All presentations and materials have been archived for you to access as On-Demand content. 

Xylazine emerged as a common adulterant in the Northeast United States in 2019 and has subsequently spread westward. In some urban centers as much as 90% of the fentanyl is adulterated with xylazine. Xylazine is a veterinary sedative not approved for use in humans and can add to the CNS depressant effects of fentanyl when they are co-ingested.

July 2023


When: 

This webinar originally occured on Friday, July 7th, 2023 from 11:00am - 12:30pm ET. All presentations and materials have been archived for you to access as On-Demand content.  

CFSRE’s NPS Discovery is an open-access drug early warning system (EWS) operating in the United States. NPS Discovery’s evidence-based approach leads the development of high impact reports for real-time action. We are working in collaboration with public health and public safety agencies to rapidly identify emerging drugs associated with intoxications, adverse events, and fatalities.