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2022-01-11The Sydney declaration - Revisiting the essence of forensic science through its fundamental principles.Roux, C; Bucht, R; Crispino, F; De Forest, P; Lennard, C; Margot, P; Miranda, MD; NicDaeid, N; Ribaux, O; Ross, A; Willis, S
2021Digital Transformations in Forensic Science and Their Impact on PolicingRibaux, O; Delemont, O; Baechler, S; Roux, C; Crispino, F
2021Forensic Science Understanding by Police Managers: New Opportunities to Re-think Its Involvement in PolicingCrispino, F; Mousseau, V; Baechler, S; Delemont, O; Roux, C; Ribaux, O
2019-11Is the (traditional) Galilean science paradigm well suited to forensic science?Crispino, F; Roux, C; Delémont, O; Ribaux, O
2019-03-01Paper characteristics and their influence on the ability of single metal deposition to detect fingermarksAcherar, O; Truong, MQ; Robert, S; Crispino, F; Moret, S; Bécue, A
2018-11-02Forensic science 2020–the end of the crossroads?Roux, C; Ribaux, O; Crispino, F
2017-09-03Expressing the value of forensic science in policingRibaux, O; Roux, C; Crispino, F
2016-12-01The progressive opening of forensic science toward criminological concernsRibaux, O; Crispino, F; Delémont, O; Roux, C
2015-01-01The end of the (forensic science) world as we know it? The example of trace evidenceRoux, C; Talbot-Wright, B; Robertson, J; Crispino, F; Ribaux, O
2015-01-01Forensic intelligence: Deregulation or return to the roots of forensic science?Ribaux, O; Crispino, F; Roux, C