FAPSA Members to Become Members of The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences
On 19th June 2017 we held our Annual General Meeting as part of the day’s events at the joint Forensic and Policing Services (FAPSA)/The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences (CSFS) event in Birmingham, UK.
Members overwhelmingly voted in favour of the proposal to transfer members of Forensic and Policing Services Association (FAPSA) to The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences if they wish to do so.
We are pleased to announce that this process will begin on 7th July 2017 and will be completed by 1st August 2017. Members of the Forensic and Policing Services Association (FAPSA) will receive a detailed guide on how the transfer process will be completed. If you have not already received your guide please email our Secretariat Allan Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org
Not a member of the Forensic and Policing Services Association?
Why not consider joining the fantastic Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences today! To find out about all of the available membership options please visit:
About The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences:
The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences is an internationally recognised professional body with members in over 60 countries.
The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences was originally founded as the Forensic Science Society back in 1959. Some 50 years later it now boasts a worldwide membership and is internationally recognised as the professional body for forensic practice. The Society’s patron, The Hon Mr Justice Sweeney, is a High Court Judge who has a wealth of experience in cases involving scientific issues.
In 2004, the Society became a professional body and the voice for forensic practitioners both in the UK and abroad. It was in 2014 that the Society was granted a Royal Charter and became The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences. It is a registered charity, not for profit, whose structure is clearly laid out in the Charter and Bye laws.
The Chartered body is committed to integrity and impartiality. It aims to provide opportunities for practitioners, academics and interested parties to congregate, communicate and collaborate and is committed to providing opportunities for professional development.
To find out more about The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences please visit:
The Board wishes to thank everyone for all their support over the past four years!
Forensic and Policing Services Association (FAPSA)