Contemporaty trends in questioned document examination; Contemporary trends in handwriting examination; Handwriting examination versus graphology; Examination of initials and graphometry; Pathology in handwriting examination; Examination of signatures; Specific character of testament examination; Control of qualifications of an expert witness, Current issues in questioned document examination (physical and chemical analysis of ink, toner, cross strokes, paper, indented writing); Age of documents (problems with destructive and non-dectructive methods); Innovative solutions in polish security printing; Document security features and verification; International cooperation of questioned document examination.
Our Symposium (as in the previous years) will be attended by experts on document examination from Holland, France, Spain, Hungary, Italy, Belgium, Germany, Argentina, Australia, Portugal, Romania, Belarus, Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia and Russia, many Polish guests representing major universities and non-academic centres, such as police forensic laboratories, Jan Sehn Institute of Forensic Sciences in Kraków as well as independent experts. They will be joined by representatives of areas related to forensic science – especially penal procedure, criminology, psychology, psychiatry and forensic chemistry.
Conference will include scientific questioned document examination equipment exhibition.
The Symposium is one of few scientific events in Europe devoted to this subject area, since 1983 taking place every 2 years in Wrocław.
To participate in the symposium also invited representatives of science and related forensic disciplines - especially criminal procedure, civil procedure, criminology, psychology, psychiatry, and chemistry and physics as well as representatives of different legal professions as judges, prosecutors, lawyers, notaries.
Will host an exhibition of books (Polish and foreign) dedicated to forensic science and related sciences as well as an exhibition of specialized equipment designed to study the documents.