Events

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

  • 16

    Apr
    2013
    UCD - Dublin Veterinary School ( Ireland) 16 April 2013
    David Bailey has been asked to attend University College Dublin to deliver a 2 hour lecture on Veterinary Forensics and Domestic Violence. This talk follows up on a large theme of the 2012 Australian Veterinary Forensics conference on the issues involved in domestic violence and animal abuse- particularly animals being used as a tool in domestic violence....

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  • 27

    Mar
    2014
    Evidence Collection and Gathering - Swindon (UK) March 27- 2013
    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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  • 26

    Mar
    2013
    Bite marks and Bestiality - Veterinary Forensics- Swindon (UK) 26 March- 2013.
    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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  • 20

    Feb
    2013
    DNA- Veterinary Forensics- 20 Feb 2013- Swindon (UK)
    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....

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  • 19

    Feb
    2013
    Hair- Veterinary Forensics - Swindon (UK) February 19 2013
    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 forensic ...

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  • 13

    Feb
    2013
    Staffordshire University (UK) - Third year Forensic Science Undergrads. 13 Feb 2013
    David Bailey is pleased to accept an invitation to speak on anti-terrorism to the third year Forensic Science undergraduate cohort at Staffordshire University. David spoke as a guest lecturer in the TERREF lectures series discussing the concept of chemical and biological weapons, their use, implementation and mitigation in a terrorist attack that includes human and non human animals. The lecture included the interpretation of signs for first reponders in an intentional hazard attack and is the...

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  • 15

    Jan
    2013
    Animal Law- Swindon (UK) 15/16 January 2013
    Debbie Rook and David Bailey are pleased to be able to introduce the topic of law as it applies to animals. From property to personhood-status the two days of lectures, discussion and debate aim to deliver a view of the law from academic, philosophical and application angles. The two days are non jurisdictional and provide a background into the law and laws as they apply to animals, animal welfare and trade in animal derivatives. Animal Law: Vet - Forensics course The offence of causing unnece...

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  • 13

    Dec
    2012
    The Australian Veterinary Forensics, Law and Animal Conference (Gold Coast Australia) December 12-13 - 2012
    David Bailey would like to thank all the speakers, delegates, sponsors and staff members who assisted in this conference. The conference was a success with over 130 people attending for the two day period of the conference....

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  • 21

    Nov
    2012
    Questioned Documents- 21 November 2012-Swindon-(UK)
    This one-day course provides delegates with information on questioned documents, features of document security- methods of analysis to detect a forged document and more. Veterinary Surgeons need to be aware that the one issue that keeps on causing dispute from a professional point of view is the use and mis-use of a Veterinary Surgeons signature. Investigations into cases of suspected animal cruelty and wildlife crime can be enhanced with an understanding of the evidential value that documents,...

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  • 20

    Nov
    2012
    Animals and Anti-Terrorism- Signs of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Attack- November 20, 2012. Swindon (UK)
    This is the first lecture in the Certificate course in Veterinary Forensics and Law for 2012/13. David Bailey is a DEFRA recognised expert panelist on the subject of Animals and Anti Terrorism. The course will provide delegates with information regarding the correct action to take in the event of a non conventional agent used in a susceptible animal (and human) population....

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