Australian Capital Territory Branch
The ANZFSS ACT Branch Inc represents the academic and forensic science interests of its members. Being based in Australia’s capital city, home to the headquarters of most federal agencies employing Forensic Scientists, the ACT Branch is uniquely positioned to reflect on the application of the forensic sciences in the Australian government, and current research supporting national policy.
The ACT Branch brings together scientists, police, criminalists, pathologists, biometric experts, academics and members of the legal profession actively involved in the forensic sciences.
With experience and enthusiasm, the ACT Branch Committee strive to showcase early-career researchers, host regular branch meetings and visits to places of forensic interest, facilitate presentations by experts on local and national cases of interest, and engage with members to offer networking opportunities and boost professional development.
Membership is invited from all persons with bona fide interests in forensic science and members are required to adhere to a Code of Professional Practice.
PO Box 313 Gungahlin ACT 2912
Dr Jo Bunford
Dr LaTara Rust
ACT Branch News
ACT Branch celebrated Science Week 2023 with a bang! Multiple rounds of bangs in fact. We had Australian Federal Police (AFP) certified Forensic Firearm Examiner and Ballistics expert Joel Waszczuk...
ACT Branch Science Week Public Night: “Hollywood Ballistics: Science or Fiction?”
All welcome. Register at https://bit.ly/SciWk23 Date: 6pm Monday 14 August Location: East Hotel, Kingston ACT Follow @anzfssactbranch on Instagram for more event details. Click here ...
ACT Branch news; 2022 Symposium Award Winners Announced
The ACT Branch Committee are proud to announce the ACT recipients of National and Branch Symposium Awards to attend the 25th International Symposium in Brisbane in September 2022. https://www.anzf...