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"It is a capital mistake to theorize in advance of the facts. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts." – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle / Sherlock Holmes, A Scandal in Bohemia

2016

Date
Description
December 2016

Beaudoin, A. Le principe d’échange de Locard, la base de la recherche des traces de matière laissées sur la scène d’un crime. SÉRI Montréal : La matière, objet d’expérience. December 2016, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

August 2016

Beaudoin A. "Give up the dark side for the light side of the force... or how forensic light sources could revolutionize your laboratory SOP's". 101th International Association for Identification Educational Conference, August 2016, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

May 2016

Beaudoin A. "Abandonnez le Côté Obscur de la Force pour la Lumière… Ou comment les lumières judiciaires peuvent révolutionner vos procédures de laboratoire". 60th Annual Conference of the Canadian Society of Forensic Science, May 2016, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

February 2016

Beaudoin A. "Tirez le maximum de vos pièces à conviction en laboratoire". Association Quebecoise de Criminalistique Conference, February 2016, Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, Canada.

2015

Date
Description
October 2015

Beaudoin A. "CSI effect". The St. James Literary Society, October 2015, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

2014

Date
Description
August 2014

Beaudoin A. "Validation sutdy of the detection of latent fingerprints on thermal paper with HPS Consolite Forensic". 99th International Association for Identification Educational Conference, August 2014, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

2013

Date
Description
September 2013

Beaudoin A. "Étude de validation de la détection d’empreintes sur le papier thermique avec le Consolite Forensic HPS". Colloque International sur la Criminalistique, Nicolet, Quebec, Canada.

September 2013
Beaudoin A. "Comparaison du DFO et de l'IDN-Zn pour la révélation d'empreintes sur les surfaces poreuses dans différentes conditions environnementales". Colloque International sur la Criminalistique, Nicolet, Quebec, Canada.
June 2013

Beaudoin A. "Latest research in the SQ lab: Forensic Consolite HPS on Thermal paper and Amido black stain cleaning". International Fingerprint Research Group (IFRG), Jerusalem, Israel.

April 2013
Beaudoin A. "Oil Red O workshop ". Toronto Police Service Forensic Identification Conference, Toronto, Canada.
April 2013
Beaudoin A. "What’s cooking in the SQ lab". Toronto Police Service Forensic Identification Conference, Toronto, Canada.
Marsh 2013
Beaudoin A. "« L'effet CSI » et la réalité sur la criminalistique". Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivieres, Canada.

2011

Date
Description
September 2011
Beaudoin A. "Fingerprints differential staining technique on dark and wet porous surfaces: ORO-R6G". Canadian Identification Society Educational conference, Ottawa, Canada.
June 2011
Beaudoin A. "Fingerprints differential staining technique on dark and wet porous surfaces: ORO-R6G". International Fingerprint Research Group (IFRG), Linkoping, Sweden.

2010

Date
Description
October 2010
Beaudoin A. "Fingerprints". Chinese People's Public Security University, October 2010, Beijing, China.
October 2010
Beaudoin A., Boulay G."Canadian forensic organization". Chinese People Public Security University, October 2010, Beijing, China.
July 2010
Beaudoin A. "Oil Red O: Staining theory and fingerprint development on a 21 years old cold case". 95th International Association for Identification Educational Conference, July 2010, Spokane, Washington, USA.
July 2010
Beaudoin A. "Police Technology Assessment (PTA). Analysis of Canadian strategies in police forces: the case of Forensic Identification". 95th International Association for Identification Educational Conference, July 2010, Spokane, Washington, USA.
June 2010
Beaudoin A. "Oil Red O: Staining theory and fingerprint development on a 21 years old cold case". Texas Division of the IAI conference, June 2010, Round Rock, Texas, USA.
May 2010
Beaudoin A. "Technologies au Service de la Criminalistique". Association des Directeurs de Police du Québec Conference, May 2010, Mont Orford, Quebec, Canada.
January 2010


Beaudoin A., Dalrymple B. "Sequential Processing of Documents for Fingerprints: Getting All of What's There". Technology Transition Workshop, National Institute of Justice (NIJ), National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC), January 2010, Largo, Florida, USA.

2009

Date
Description
July 2009
Beaudoin, A. "Oil Red O: Staining theory and fingerprint development on a 21 years old cold case", International Fingerprint Research Group (IFRG), Lausanne, Switzerland

Beaudoin, A. "Development of a new fluorescent technique for Revealing latent fingerprints on wet, dark, porous surfaces: Acid R6G", International Fingerprint Research Group (IFRG), Lausanne, Switzerland

* Attendance at an IFRG meeting is by invitation only and represents recognition of relevant research contributions.

June 2009
Guest speaker, about: "Oil Red O"
Courses " Chemical Treatment and Fluorescent Techniques Course ", at the Ontario Police College, Aylmer, Ontario

Gagnon, L.; Beaudoin, A. "Oil Red O, a technique for fingerpritn development on wet porous surface"
On courses " Advance Forensic Identification ", at the Canadian Police College, Ottawa

2008

Date
Description
April 2008
Guest speaker, about "Chemistry in the police"
Chemistry Courses Secondary V, Ecole secondaire L'Erabliere

2007

Date
Description
29 Nov. 2007
Guest speaker, about "CSI effect : Realities and Myths"
" Sociology 398 - The Sociology of Policing" Course, at Concordia University
July 2007
Beaudoin, A.; Donovan-Aumeer, S.; Salama, J. Oil Red O, a suitable method for fingerprint development on wet, porous surfaces, The Canadian Identification Society Educational Conference, Montreal, Canada
"It is very frequent to find, on a crime scene, evidence made of porous surfaces having been subjected to moisture or complete damping; found following a rain storm for example or from a trafficker's shipwreck! As we all know, fingerprint treatments comonly used on porous surfaces (Ninhydrin and DFO) are not of any utility in these wet situations, where the amino acids targetted by these techniques are dissolved in water. In situations like these, the standards of North-American treatment suggested only the Physical developer (and its derivatives) as the unique method to recover latent prints which can be found on an evidenciary exhibit. A new simpler and nondestructive technique, which can be included in the usual treatment sequence (DFO, Ninhydrin, Oil Red O, Physical Developer), now makes it possible to find such wet prints. In this workshop, you will have the opportunity to learn the use of this new technique and how to apply it in a laboratory in order to observe first hand the results. A theoretical session will precede the lab practices in which you will learn about the research carried on in the discovery and use of this new technique by the Sûreté du Québec. A real case will also be presented. - Finally, the results of an independent study from the University of Technology of Sydney, Australia, will propose the chemical pathway of the ORO reaction, the search for an optimal formulation and the quality of the results obtained."

2006

Date
Description
2 Nov. 2006
Lecturer, about: "Technologies au SIJ"
" Nouvelles technologies, criminalité et contrôle social" Master course, at the University of Montreal Criminology School
21 June 2006
Guest speaker, about: "Oil Red O"
" Senior Forensic Identification " Course, at the Canadian Police College, Ottawa
February 2006
Beaudoin, A. Nouvelle technique de révélation d'empreintes latentes sur les surfaces poreuses : Oil Red O, Laboratoire de Sciences Judiciaires et Medico-Legales Conference, Montreal, Canada

2005

Date
Description
July 2005
Beaudoin, A. New technique for revealing latent fingerprints on wet, porous surfaces: Oil Red O, The Canadian Identification Society Educational Conference, Calgary, Canada

2002

Date
Description
12 Sept. 2002
Guest speaker, about: "SIJ"
" Crimes contre la personne " course, at the University of Montreal Criminology School in the B.Sc. in "Securite et etudes policieres"

 

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