Who We Are

The AFS (Australian Forensic Society) was formed in 1971 to bring together scientists, police, criminalists, pathologists, and legal professionals actively involved in forensic science. In 1988 the AFS recognised New Zealand members and became the ANZFSS.

Our objectives are to enhance the quality of forensic science through our international symposium and the events and meetings by each branch about forensic science. The ANZFSS accepts membership from all persons with bona fide interests in forensic science, and has drawn up a Code of Professional Practice for its members.

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Latest Events

20 November 2023 - 24 November 2023

ANZFSS/IAFS Symposium

For all IAFS details and updates, check out our official event webpage at: https://iafs2023.com.au/

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Latest News

29/01/2023 | General

Bryan Found and David Grace Awards OPEN

The Victorian Branch is pleased to announce that the following awards have been opened for the 23rd Triennial Meeting of the International Association of Forensic Sciences in conjunction with the 2...

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07/11/2022 | General

Allan Hodda Memorial Award – NOW OPEN

Allan Hodda Memorial Award applications are now open  We are pleased to announce applications for the Allan Hodda Memorial Award are open. This Award is offered each year to allow an ANZFSS member...

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06/10/2022 | General

ANZFSS Symposium Award Winners

Congratulations to the following ANZFSS Symposium Award Winners   Ian Riebeling Memorial Award – Matt Krosch   Best Oral Presentation Anthropology, Archaeology and Odontology – Callan...

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Awards

The Ian Riebeling Memorial Medal

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The Bryan Found Memorial Symposium Award

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The Allan Hodda Memorial Award

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