The Queensland branch of ANZFSS is comprised of like-minded individuals and professionals who share a love of forensic science. We are passionate about the continued advancement of forensic science, and encourage the involvement and development of new practitioners and students.
We recognise the continued excellence of our branch members and assist in engagement in various areas of expertise. We look forward to welcoming you to our branch and providing support, experience and a chance to network with fellow forensic scientists and enthusiasts.
Dr Annu Nangia
A/Prof Sarah Cresswell
The North Mackay Explosion – Sgt Darren Smith
An explosion occurs in the early morning hours in 2019 on a busy street in North Mackay. Shortly thereafter, an unidentified deceased male is located nearby. Initially treated as a potential bomb s...
Qld Branch Presentation – Snr Sgt Ritchie Callaghan AFTER, case studies and The Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) process
Our next exciting presentation is from Snr Sgt Callaghan, with this presentation initially planned for March 2020. Snr Sgt Callaghan has worked as a Scenes of Crime Officer for 25 years. Between ...
Qld Branch Symposium Awards
The Qld Branch is thrilled to announce the recipients of an ANZFSS (Qld branch) Symposium Award to attend the 25th International Symposium to be held in Brisbane in September 2022. https://...
Qld Branch Online Presentation – Kristy Winter – International Committee of the Red Cross: An Anthropology Account
The Qld branch invites you to join us for our next online presentation hosted by Kristy Winter, to be held via Zoom on Tuesday 21st June 2022 at 6pm (AEST). Kristy is a Forensic Anthropologist by t...