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Change cannot happen without community. CSAFE is passionate about achieving its mission to apply a statistically sound and scientifically solid foundation to the interpretation of forensic evidence. To that end, we invite fellow scientists and researchers, along with those in the forensic and legal communities, to use and share these resources as we work together to elevate forensic science and technology.

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Studying Reliability for Pattern Evidence Comparisons

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Published: 2021 | By: Hina Arora

Presentation prepared for International Association for Identification (IAI) 2021

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Bayesian Item Response Theory for Human Factors in Forensic Science

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Published: 2021 | By: Amanda Luby

Presented at Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM) 2021

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Machine Learning Methods for Dependent Data Resulting from Forensic Evidence Comparisons

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Published: 2021 | By: Danica Ommen

Presented at the Joint Statistical Meeting in 2021

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Footwear Research in CSAFE

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Published: 2021 | By: Alicia Carriquiry

This presentation provided an overview of CSAFE's footwear research and was presented at IAI in 2021

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Using Mixture Models to Examine Group Differences – Studying Juror Perceptions of the Strength of Forensic Science Evidence

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Published: 2021 | By: Naomi Kaplan-Damary

The following presentation was presented at 2021 International Association for Identification (IAI)

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A practical tool for information management in forensic decisions: Using Linear Sequential Unmasking-Expanded (LSU-E) in casework

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Published: 2022 | By: Adele Quigley-McBride

Forensic analysts often receive information from a multitude of sources. Empirical work clearly demonstrates that biasing information can affect analysts' decisions, and that the order in which task-relevant information is received impacts human cognition and decision-making. Linear Sequential Unmasking (LSU; Dror et…

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The effect of image descriptors on the performance of classifiers of footwear outsole image pairs

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Published: 2022 | By: Soyoung Park

Shoe prints are commonly found at the scene of a crime and can sometimes help link a suspect to the scene. Because prints tend to be partially observed or smudgy, comparing crime scene prints with reference images from a putative…

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LogExtractor: Extracting Digital Evidence from Android Log Messages via String and Taint Analysis

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Published: 2021 | By: Chris Chao-Chun

Mobile devices are increasingly involved in crimes. Therefore, digital evidence on mobile devices plays a more and more important role in crime investigations. Existing studies have designed tools to identify and/or extract digital evidence in the main memory or the file…

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Forensic Analysis on Joker Family Android Malware

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Published: 2021 | By: Chen Shi

Android is the most popular operating system among mobile devices and the malware targeted explicitly for Android is rapidly growing and spreading across the mobile ecosystem. In this paper, we propose a hybrid analysis of Android malware to retrieve evidential…

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Science Bench Book for Judges

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Published: 2019 | By: Alicia Carriquiry (16 contributing authors)

The National Judicial College and the Justice Speakers Institute, LLC developed this bench book with support from the State Justice Institute to help judges determine the admissibility of evidence based on sound forensic science. The fact is, few judges were…

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