The executives of FSSGH wish to wish all members a Happy new year. We hope to work diligently in 2021 so as to achieve our set objectives for the year. However, we will need the support of all members for…
The Forensic Science Society of Ghana (FSSGH) welcomes new national officers to lead the Society from 1st January 2021 to 31st December 2023.
The Call for Nominations for the FSSGH National Council is open.
The 16th December 2011 marked a special day for the Ghana Police Service when the European Union (EU) handed over a Forensic Laboratory refurbished at a cost of EUR 3 million.
In accordance with the Constitution of the Forensic Science Society of Ghana (FSSGH), the Council of FSSGH met on 01 February 2020 to discuss planned activities for 2020
FSSGH disseminates quarterly Newsletters to all members and affiliates on our mailing list. The Newsletter is also available on our website. FSSGH Newsletter features upcoming events, relevant industry news, recent research in forensics and short articles and commentaries from members.…
Forensic Science has helped solve several crimes in Africa. Embracing such a new development took quite some time. This study reviewed briefly, some of the improvements that forensic science has brought to the criminal justice systems in Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa.
Call for Membership, Leadership and Proposals to form expert groups, regional subgroups and affiliate student associations of the Forensic Science Society of Ghana.
Current figures for 2019 suggest a success rate of about 65% in resolving confirmed cases of kidnapping in Ghana (17 rescued victims out of 26 confirmed cases).
In light of the recent report on the Takoradi missing girls in Ghana, there have been several speculations about forensic DNA testing and its reliability in the media