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Line Crossing Interpol Final Report 12 Jul 2013

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PHYSICAL-CHEMISTRY STUDY OF LINE CROSSINGS FINAL REPORT July 11, 2013 Preliminary results C.L.I. C.L.I. CLI 1/2 CLI 1/2 CLI 1/2 CLI 1/2 CLI 2/1 CLI 2/1 CLI 2/1 CLI 2/1 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS AIEED-INTERPOL would like to thank the sixty scientific research participants from seventeen countries, sixteen Forensic Laboratories…because without them this scientific research
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    PHYSICAL-CHEMISTRY STUDY OF LINE CROSSINGS FINAL REPORT July 11, 2013 C.L.I..L.I. CLI 1/2LI 1/2LI 1/2LI 1/2CLI 2/1LI 2/1LI 2/1LI 2/1    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS AIEED-INTERPOL would like to thank the sixty scientific research participants from seventeen countrie s, sixteen Forensic Laboratories…because without them this scientific research could not be done.    THE RESEARCH COMMITTEE The AIEED Research Committee, which is responsible for organizing, carrying out, assessing and checking this research, is composed of: CHAIR OF THE AIEED : Mrs Jacqueline BECK  DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH  : Mr José BALBUENA  RESEARCH SUPERVISORS  : Mr Emmanuel BECK (Academic Adviser) Mr Miguel AGUILAR RUIZ (Forensic Adviser) Mr Pierre CORBOBESSE (Forensic Adviser AIEED) SPECIALIZED SUPERVISORS    Chemical Supervisor: Mrs Daniela DJIDROVSKA (ICPO-INTERPOL GS)    Criminalistic Supervisor: Mr. Carlos VARGAS-MERIDA (ICPO-INTERPOL GS)    Statistical Supervisor: Mr Didier DEVY (Adviser AIEED) COORDINATION    Mr Jean-Michel BOURGEOIS (AIEED member)    PREFACE Several forensic instrumental techniques have been tested and utilized in an effort to determine the sequencing in crossed-line intersections (CLI) and until now scientists have  been unable to create a standardized operational procedure to solve this issue in question. The  proposed approach put forth by INTERPOL’s Counterfeit and Security Documents Branch (CSDB) in partnership with the “Academy International des Experts en Ecritures et Documents” (AIEED) , is a unique one due to its aim to develop a non-intrusive and non-destructive optical method. This new approach is directed at confronting the old problem of forgeries, including but not limited to, falsifying identity documents and financial frauds. However, this goes beyond the traditional methods of analysis, which mostly required  physical altering of data samples. The advantages of developing a non-invasive technique are two-fold. First, developing a technique that does not physically alter the sample which would allow for the sample to undergo multiple experiments. This is often necessary in empirical situations where the sample is contested during a trial or when judicial authorities instruct further testing by different parties on the same sample. Second, preserving the sample’s validity by utilizing non-invasive experiment techniques would allow for the samples to be stored and archived in CLI databases which could be utilized for future investigations. The mentioned database would serve document examiners and law enforcement personnel as a useful resource and reference tool at national and international levels. We finally have the outcome of this research which is the result of two years of working together. We wish to share the first phase results with the international community, in particular with forensic laboratories and document examiners in preparation of their expert opinions. Thus, this project will foster the development of new research in this domain and expertise to facilitate knowledge-sharing between international laboratories. We hope that this will then encourage the cooperation within their respective national law enforcement agencies in an effort to provide member countries with the knowledge, skills and best practices needed to face the rising challenges of falsified and forged documents. In addition, by utilizing the techniques developed by this research, document examiners will be able to work and assist national law enforcement agencies by increasing their limited national knowledge to that of international developments.
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