Forensic Professional Associations

The Canadian Society of Forensic Science75px-CSFS_logo

The Canadian Society of Forensic Science (CSFS) is a professional association aimed at maintaining professional standards and promoting and enhancing the study and reputation of forensic science. Those in professions with active interests in forensic science are open internationally to membership. The website gives you access to their journals, resources for forensic education, employment and membership details.

American Academy of Forensic Sciencesaafs

The American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) is a society for forensics professionals based from Colorado Springs, Colorado originating in 1948. There website has more information about them, membership opportunities, resources for students and access to their journal and proceedings plus much more.

Forensic Science Portal forensicsLogos

The Forensic Science Portal gives you a variety of opportunities to explore the field of forensic science through a news centre that updates you on forensic science in the worldly news, helps you find lab experts, provides a forum, programs available across the world, job postings, a store to purchase forensic merchandise and much more.

Forensic Science Societyforensic-science-society-logo

The Forensic Science Society is one of the largest international forensic professional associations found in the world based in the United Kingdom. The website gives you information from publications, membership, and events to University Course Accreditation information in forensic science. Check it out!

The American Board of Forensic Anthropologyabfa

The American Board of Forensic Anthropology is a non-profit organization providing a program in certification of forensic anthropology. The website gives you a list of their board and diplomats, policies and procedures and American University listings to study forensic anthropology.

The American Board of Forensic Entomologyamerican_board_of_forensic_entomology

The American Board of Forensic Entomology is a board for certifying  Forensic Entomologists in North America. Their website gives you the chance to view their by-laws, executive officers, membership  information, certification process and next meeting time and location. This is a good resource for those who want to see the specific side of forensic entomology in forensic sciences!

The American Board of Forensic Odontologylogoodntology

The America Board of Forensic Odontology is a great resource for those who are looking to learn more about forensic odontology! The website has a lot of great resources to explore such as upcoming events, a store, various resources such as grant application and continuing education programs plus many more things to discover.

We are Forensics

We Are Forensic is a website offering resources to scientists, students and anyone interested in the latest developments in the fast-moving world of forensic science. They also offer forensic services for legal teams and businesses.


E-Skeleton is a necessary page for any forensic science student who is looking to have a useful reference tool for looking at various parts of the body. eSkeletons provides an interactive environment in which to examine and learn about skeletal anatomy through various osteology databases.