Generic Integrated Forensic Toolbox for CBRN Incidents

Forensic investigation is a key component in the fight against crime and the protection of EU societies. At present it is
hampered by a lack of protocols and training in carrying out forensic analysis on CBRN-contaminated materials. The aim of
GIFT-CBRN is to develop a forensic toolbox for investigating CBRN incidents. This toolbox would provide (1) procedures,
sampling methods and detection of CBRN agents at the crime scene, (2) traditional forensic laboratory methods for
contaminated evidence and (3) laboratory methods for profiling the CBRN agents released at the incident. The procedures and
methods are will be set up and validated according to ISO17025 and the system validation will be performed by a final
exercise. Procedures for chain of custody, QC to ensure the integrity of the evidence and investigations done on the evidence
from crime scene to court will be developed. An education and training curriculum related to the developed procedures, best
practices and methods will be designed and progressed to implementation.
Underpinning the above aims, research will be carried out to develop novel methodologies to enable traditional forensic
science (DNA, fingerprint and electronic devices) to be carried out on CBRN contaminated exhibits and analytical procedures to
be carried out that not only provide information about the CBRN agent itself but also through CBRN profiling provide in-depth
information which can give valuable forensic information, for example points of origin.
The project team includes forensic research laboratories, potential users of the expected developments, including public and
private users, and SMEs who will be able to bring the new technologies developed within the project to market.

Area: Cities

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