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Forensics Europe Expo

29 Apr 2014 - 30 Apr 2014 - Olympia, London, UK



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Forensics Europe Expo 29-30 April 2014, Olympia, London is the only dedicated international forum for the entire forensics sector and supply chain to source forensic products, equipment and services, as well as providing the definitive source of education, best practice, training and networking. 

The show will once again connect the widest range of forensic equipment and services suppliers with over 3,000 international visitors. 

Who should attend? Professionals from Police, Private Sector, Universities, Laboratories, Consultancies and the Legal Practice who work with forensics will benefit from attending the 2014 show. 

When attending the show, you will be able to see ground breaking techniques and technologies including: 

  • Innovative products to aid fingerprint analysis 
  • Software to provide extraction of mobile data, event in a deleted state 
  • Decryption software to retrieve information stored on disks in real time 
  • Forensic case management systems 
  • Fast and reliable drug analysis services and kits 
  • Life science and diagnostic products 
  • Broadest range of forensic Lab Equipment including EMS, Microscopy, pipettes and mixers 
  • Police interviewing equipment and CCTV products 
  • Equipment for collecting, tagging and bagging evidence at the scene of crime 

Register for your FREE exhibition only ticket or a conference delegate pass today by visiting www.ForensicsEuropeExpo.com/Register.



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