Update #4 and we added some more speaker pages!

Just a quick post to let you know that Update #4 is now available on our Pozible page, and we have added some more speaker pages for you to check out!

This is shaping up to be another really excellent crimeScene, so make sure to register your membership via our Pozible page, so that we have the best chance of being able to bring the conference to you.

Click here to go to the Pozible updates page.

Linda’s on the radio!

Here is a link to Soundcloud where we have uploaded a copy of Linda’s interview from Tuesday June 9.

have a listen! 🙂

Linda interviewed on 6PR

Pozible Update #3 and we go on the radio!

The latest update is now available on our Pozible site, where we announce another of our scientific speakers, plus we announce the return of a good friend! 🙂


Also, our very own Linda was interviewed on 6PR on Tuesday night and we have a copy of the interview that we will be making available for anyone who missed it (and for anyone who wants to giggle childishly with the rest of us!)

Sherlock Holmes Society Invite

The Sherlock Holmes Society invite you to meet with local crime author Felicity Young.

Members of the Sherlock Holmes Society will interview Felicity Young, local published crime author of the Dr. Dody McCleland series, with an Edwardian female autopsy surgeon and emphasis on the suffragette movement. Felicity has also published other crime novels: Take Out, Harum Scarum and An Easeful Death. Come, support a local author, and learn more about Edwardian women and Felicity’s work.
DATE: Sunday, 31st May 2015
TIME: 1.30pm for a 2.00pm start
COST: $ 3.00 per head
DRESS: As you like.
R.S.V.P. Please RSVP to Heather 0434 548 512 or via email (mrspeel@iinet.net.au) for address details.
Ladies ~ please bring a plate to share. Gentlemen ~ please bring a suitable beverage to share.

Pozible Project Update #1

Update #1 is now available on our project website:


In which Jay talks about how we have managed to secure Malla Nunn as our second guest author for this year’s event. Malla thinks crimeScene sounds fantastic and is looking forward to attending. We can’t tell you how excited we are to be able to have her! We have other news to come as Linda has been hard at work trying to secure more presenters for the conference. Stay tuned!

crimeScene WA 2015 is go!

We have now launched our Pozible crowdfunding campaign to fund this year’s conference. Please click on the link below, or go to our Membership page in order to pledge your support! Let’s get this party started!


Joint RACI/ANZFSS Presentation

RACI/ANZFSS Joint Presentation
”Forensic Science on Trial – The Omagh Bomb Investigation.”

Presented by Associate Professor James Speers , Murdoch University
where he is developing degrees in Forensic Science & Investigation

In 2007, the Director of the Northern Ireland Public Prosecution Service put
Man X on trial for the murder of 29 people. The evidence against him was
based on many years of forensic work by the best scientists within the UK.
However, intense investigation and scrutiny by the Defence Lawyers and
scientists into the practices and procedures for the recovery and storage of
the exhibits by the Police and the testing of evidence by Forensic Scientists
meant that the Police & Forensic Scientists themselves were on trial. The
outcome of the Omagh Bomb Trial had far reaching consequences for the
role of the Expert Witness and the methods they apply.

This is a joint ANZFSS/RACI lecture and will probably have many attendees. Advanced booking is recommended. Go to: http://www.raci.org.au/events/event/members-monthly-meeting-9-copy to register.