The AFS 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.
David Grace Symposium Travel Award
David Grace was employed at the Victoria Forensic Science Centre for many years as a Forensic Officer in the Biology Division. David was also a long serving, dedicated and enthusiastic mem...
Bryan Found Symposium Award
Dr Bryan Found was a true champion of forensic science, incredibly passionate for improvement and development. In memory of Bryan, the Found family has established a Memorial Scholarship in his n...