The forensic-register was developed to meet the accreditation requirements of ISO/IEC 17025 and the Supplementary Requirements for Accreditation in Field of Forensic Sciences. It allows for the collection of all forensic case, evidence, examinations and reviews, including digital images, files and diagrams, into a single case file record. It includes monitoring and management of workflow through a range of highly effective reporting, performance and quality assurance aids.

Police agencies using the forensic-register can:

Testing laboratories using the forensic-register can:

The forensic-register has been instrumental in removing backlogs and delivering world-leading turnaround times in Queensland, averaging less than 48 hours for fingerprints and less than two weeks for DNA results. These initiatives have received State and National Public Sector award recognition.

The forensic-register integrates seamlessly with several key national and local systems:

IAFS 2023 Sponsor

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Bdna is proud of its long history enabling digital transformation in the Australian forensic science community. Our sponsorship of the Australian & New Zealand Forensic Science Society International Symposium and our commitment to sponsor the joint ANZFSS IAFS in 2023, reflects not only our commitment to forensic science but our vision; to enable outcomes which benefit the community.

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