As part of achieving SDG 16 and strengthening justice systems in Ghana, there should be a massive improvement and investment in forensic science.
A group of forensic science researchers have recommended the independence of the Ghana Police Service (GPS) Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL).
We would like to invite short articles, news, announcements, events, and in depth commentaries for the upcoming FSSGH Newsletter (Volume 2).
Forensic DNA databases can assist the police in identifying unknown perpetrators of specific types of crime such as rape and murder.
The transnational exchange of forensic DNA data has become a modern trend in fighting cross-border crime, terrorism and illegal immigration.
Thanks to television detectives, the power of forensic DNA evidence is well known. Viewers are familiar with criminals leaving their DNA at the scene of a crime – allowing police to identify […]
FSN Seminar Series: session on forensic evidence packaging and labeling, and presentation of evidence in court organized at KNUST
The admissibility of forensic evidence depends on several legal requirements including the maintenance of the chain of custody or continuity of the evidence and the integrity of the evidence in the state as […]
Information technology has greatly advanced in the 21st century, with increasing global interconnectivity. Data and information used by organizations are mainly stored or carried through cyberspace. This comes with many vulnerabilities or […]
Every year the University of Cape Coast holds a forensic science seminar to educate the University community and the general public about the significance of forensic science in Ghana. The third annual […]
Forensic science can simply be described as using scientific techniques to answer the investigative questions: what?, who?, when?, where?, how?, why?