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Jan-2004Base de donnees ADN: un potentiel peu exploite de mises en relations d'evenements criminelsGirod, A; Ribaux, O; Margot, P; Walsh, SJ
15-Aug-2005Chemical profiling and classification of illicit heroin by principal component analysis, calculation of inter sample correlation and artificial neural networksEsseiva, P; Anglada, F; Dujourdy, L; Taroni, F; Margot, P; Pasquier, ED; Dawson, M; Roux, C; Doble, P
2003Forensic intelligence and crime analysisRibaux, O; Girod, A; Walsh, SJ; Margot, P; Mizrahi, S; Clivaz, V
Jan-2003Forensic intelligence and crime analysisRibaux, O; Girod, A; Walsh, SJ; Margot, P; Mizrahi, S; Clivaz, V
1-May-2015Forensic intelligence framework. Part II: Study of the main generic building blocks and challenges through the examples of illicit drugs and false identity documents monitoringBaechler, S; Morelato, M; Ribaux, O; Beavis, A; Tahtouh, M; Kirkbride, KP; Esseiva, P; Margot, P; Roux, C
25-Feb-2010Intelligence-led crime scene processing. Part I: Forensic intelligenceRibaux, O; Baylon, A; Roux, C; Delémont, O; Lock, E; Zingg, C; Margot, P
1-Jun-2010Intelligence-led crime scene processing. Part II: Intelligence and crime scene examinationRibaux, O; Baylon, A; Lock, E; Delémont, O; Roux, C; Zingg, C; Margot, P
1-Jun-2011Use of stains to detect fingermarksBecue, A; Moret, S; Champod, C; Margot, P
1-Dec-2011What is the value of forensic science? An overview of the effectiveness of forensic science in the Australian criminal justice system projectJulian, RD; Kelty, SF; Roux, C; Woodman, P; Robertson, J; Davey, A; Hayes, R; Margot, P; Ross, A; Sibly, H; White, R