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To Apply Evidence, To Evaluate Evidence, To Educate same.

  • 4

    Jul
    2014
    Evidence Collection and Gathering. Swindon (UK) 04 July 2014
    David Bailey will take delegates through the crime scene and demonstrate how to protect, record, evaluate, gather and store evidence correctly. The procedure of evidence collection and gathering is discussed in terms of evidential value, discrete independence of evidence, correct evidence storage and continuity of evidence. Unique to Veterinary Forensic Science is the procedure of taking and storage of evidence that is living and can change over the period that it is “stored”....

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  • 3

    Jul
    2014
    Bitemarks and Bestiality. Swindon (UK) 03 July 2014
    David Bailey presents this one-day lecture on Bite marks and Bestiality. How to treat an animal as a victim of a bite mark is different to preserving the evidence suitably recovered from the crime scene that involves bite marks. Bite marks can involve other animals, different species (and humans) and how to approach a bite mark investigation is covered. The human animal bond is addressed in cases where it has extended beyond the pet and companion limit into zoophilia and then to bestiality. The...

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  • 23

    May
    2014
    Veterinary Forensics and DNA. Swindon (UK) 23 May 2014
    David Bailey and Laura Walton from Staffordshire University team up again to provide delegates with an overview of the application of DNA to the field of Veterinary Forensics. The course is for Veterinarians only and can be taken as a one day course or as part of the whole package of lectures and online learning leading toward a post graduate  Certificate in Veterinary Forensics and Law. This module aims to introduce veterinary scientists to the analytical techniques available in relation ...

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  • 22

    May
    2014
    Veterinary Forensics and Hair- Swindon (UK) 22 May 2014
    David Bailey teams up with Claire Gwinnet from Staffordshire University to deliver a one-day course on the benefits of animal hair in resolving issues relating to drug exposure, species identification, data base construction, recent animal movement and DNA analysis. David will present results and up to date analysis of the first ever Pit Bull type dog hair database that he is currently constructing.   ?This module is an introduction into forensic hair analysis, especially focusing on the ...

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  • 29

    Apr
    2014
    Counter Terror Expo- London (UK) 29 April 2014
    David Bailey has been asked to speak at this event for the third consecutive year. This years talk is on "The weaponisation of biological agents" David Bailey continues to be first Veterinary Speaker at Counter Terror Expo who recognizes the role that animals and animal products play in the spread of deliberately introduced biological and chemical agents and the effect that these agents can have on the deliberate targeting of animal and human life or on the economy of an affected region. He h...

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  • 24

    Apr
    2014
    Introduction to Law - Swindon (UK) 24/25 April 2014
    David Bailey presents some cases he has been involved with and the practical aspects involving the application of the law to the case. This is re-enforced by Debbie Rook providing a comprehensive theoretical approach and case based discussion on the law as it relates to animals and animal products. Animal Law: Vet - Forensics course The offence of causing unnecessary suffering to domestic animals remains a pivotal concept in animal welfare legislation regardless of the jurisdiction and studen...

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  • 15

    Apr
    2014
    UCD - Veterinary Forensics- Dublin (Ireland) April 2014
    University College Dublin have invited David Bailey back for another lecture on Veterinary Forensics and Law.   David Bailey and Forensic Vet are both pleased for the invitation and the opportunity to develop this field in the Republic of Ireland through ongoing education....

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  • 28

    Mar
    2014
    Wildlife Forensics - Swindon (UK) 28 March, 2014
    Wildlife, Zoo and Exotic Forensic Veterinary Medicine and Law. This module will introduce delegates to Wildlife, Zoo and Exotic spp. crime issues.  Wildlife crime in the UK involves the illegal trade of endangered animal species and plants, persecution of wild species (wild bird and egg theft, badger baiting, illegal hunting, etc. etc.) and welfare issues relating to the keeping of these species in captivity. Wildlife Crime not only threatens protected species in this country and globally,...

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  • 28

    Mar
    2014
    Blood and Blood pattern analysis. Swindon (UK) 28 March 2014
    This module will be delivered through the online learning tool. David Bailey takes delegates through the forensic attributes of blood. Blood has been valued by vets for its ability to yield information on an animal's health from a clinical sense. This lecture allows delegates to see blood and blood patterns from a forensic sense and introduces delegates to the role they have at a crime scene involving animals, animal derivatives and blood patterns....

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  • 17

    Jul
    2013
    Toxicology and Chemical Analysis - Swindon (UK) 17 July 2013
    David Bailey takes delegates through this subject and introduces them to the area of toxicology and chemical analysis and how these tools of Forensic Science can be applied to Veterinary Science with effect. Pharmacology, drug distribution, post mortem re-distribution, pharmaco-genetics and the issues of doping in sports and World Anti Doping Authourity (WADA) "harmonisation" proceedures are discussed and debated. This module will also act as a final revision of the course prior to exams. Davi...

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