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
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
A group of forensic science researchers have recommended the independence of the Ghana Police Service (GPS) Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL).Ghana: Call for an Independent Forensic Science Laboratory — Scientect
We would like to invite short articles, news, announcements, events, and in depth commentaries for the upcoming FSSGH Newsletter (Volume 2). If you would like to see our previous publications, please visit our Newsletter page. Please see submission guidelines below.…
Forensic DNA databases can assist the police in identifying unknown perpetrators of specific types of crime such as rape and murder. Unknown serial offenders can also be identified with the assistance of the database. The potential contributions of national DNA databases…