The Canadian Identification Society has provided a focal point for forensic professionals from across Canada and beyond for 34 years. The Society was founded on principles that remain current today, that of exchanging ideas and the sharing of information.
Membership entitles subscribers to take advantage of a variety of opportunities sponsored by the Society, such as annual educational conferences, regional training seminars, web based information and discussion forums, and of course Identification Canada, our peer reviewed forensic journal. The mission statement of the CIS as outlined on our website www.cis-sci.ca is…
In 2011 the 100th anniversary of the (RCMP) National Fingerprint Bureau was celebrated. We have a proud history of forensic identification and science in Canada.
As your president I encourage our membership to continue this tradition by getting involved in the Society. The CIS can provide a venue to publish research, share ideas and network with other forensic professionals. The Society continues to support education and research by offering monetary awards for initiatives that benefit the forensic community. Our website is formatted to enable new and more experienced members to resource best practices and exchange information through articles or by participating in discussion forums.
If you have a research idea, interesting photo or experience from the field, let us know. Please contact myself Wade Knaap at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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