Resources from LRCFS
We are working with partners across the justice space to understand the needs of the community in the use of statistics and probabilities for the interpretation, evaluation of evidence both.
This includes the exploration of machine learning algorithms to developing pattern recognition tools for the determination of source level propositions and the use of likelihood ratio approaches for the determination of activity level propositions.
We are also creating bespoke peer reviewed statistical tools with practitioners to enable them to transparently undertake statistical calculations for example of measurement uncertainty.
LRCFS research papers
Our research links across five thematic pillars asking bold questions about the robustness of the science used in the investigation of crime science, laboratory analysis and the presentation of scientific evidence within the courts.
You can read our latest research outputs on the Discovery Research Portal