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Dr Nathan Scudder
Dr Nathan Scudder
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Massively parallel sequencing and the emergence of forensic genomics: Defining the policy and legal issues for law enforcement
N Scudder, D McNevin, SF Kelty, SJ Walsh, J Robertson
Science and Justice, 2017
372017
Policy and regulatory implications of the new frontier of forensic genomics: direct-to-consumer genetic data and genealogy records
N Scudder, D McNevin, SF Kelty, C Funk, SJ Walsh, J Robertson
Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 2019
352019
Forensic DNA phenotyping: Developing a model privacy impact assessment
N Scudder, D McNevin, SF Kelty, SJ Walsh, J Robertson
Forensic Science International: Genetics 34, 222-230, 2018
322018
Operationalising forensic genetic genealogy in an Australian context
N Scudder, R Daniel, J Raymond, A Sears
Forensic science international 316, 110543, 2020
242020
Police and the public: Some observations on policing and Indigenous Australians
R Sarre
Current Issues in Criminal Justice 17 (2), 305-313, 2005
202005
A law enforcement intelligence framework for use in predictive DNA phenotyping
N Scudder, J Robertson, SF Kelty, SJ Walsh, D McNevin
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, 2019
192019
Crowdsourced and crowdfunded: the future of forensic DNA?
N Scudder, J Robertson, MND Kelty, Sally F., Walsh, Simon J.
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, 2018
152018
A quality system review: Australian Federal Police forensic and data centres
J Robertson, H Metz, N Scudder, V Hodgson
Forensic Science Policy and Management 1 (4), 209-213, 2010
92010
An international consideration of a standards-based approach to forensic genetic genealogy
N Scudder, J Robertson, SF Kelty, SJ Walsh, D McNevin
Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series 7 (1), 512-514, 2019
82019
Attitudes towards police use of consumer/private DNA databases in investigations
AR Quinton, SF Kelty, N Scudder
Science and Justice 62 (3), 263-271, 2022
42022
Exclusionary DNA of forensic workers and Australian forensic procedures legislation
N Scudder, D Hamer
Current Issues in Criminal Justice 18 (1), 125-146, 2006
32006
Ethical considerations for forensic genetic frequency databases
ME D'Amato, Y Joly, V Lynch, H Machado, N Scudder, M Zieger
First Report by the Forensic Databases Advisory Board (FDAB). International …, 2023
22023
Privacy implications of the new “omic ” technolo gies in law enforcement
P Roffey, N Scudder
WIREs Forensic Science, 2021
22021
Differing Perception of DNA Evidence and Intelligence Capabilities in Criminal Investigations
N Scudder, SF Kelty, J Busby Grant, C Montgomerie, SJ Walsh, ...
Police Science 4 (2), 30-38, 2020
22020
Public and family support and concerns for providing DNA to law enforcement in long-term missing person cases
K Russell, SF Kelty, N Scudder
Science & Justice 63 (2), 149-157, 2023
12023
Public/family concerns for providing DNA in missing persons cases: Paper 2: The main concerns raised and implications for policing policy
K Russell, SF Kelty, N Scudder
Science & Justice 63 (6), 671-679, 2023
2023
Privacy and the search for suspects using forensic genetic genealogy
N Scudder
Privacy Law Bulletin 17 (5), 78-80, 2020
2020
Legal and law enforcement implications of Massively Parallel Sequencing and Forensic Genomics
N Scudder
University of Canberra, 2019
2019
8.1 Aim
N Scudder, SF Kelty, J Busby Grant, C Montgomerie, SJ Walsh, ...
Legal and law enforcement implications of Massively Parallel Sequencing and …, 2019
2019
Model Privacy Impact Assessment for Forensic Phenotyping
N Scudder, J Robertson, McNevin, Dennis, SJ Walsh, SF Kelty
http://www.ncfs.edu.au/services_publications.php, 2017
2017
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