The scientific conference ‘Romanian Forensic Science Educational System’, organized by the ‘AICuza’ Police Academy and the European Association for Scientific Research in partnership with CJS, focused on the increase in the importance of forensics in the judicial process in recent years, investigations being increasingly based on the ability of forensic methods to provide Intelligence but also to shed light on valid evidence in court. The conference envisions a multidisciplinary approach to Forensic sciences, from classical forensic to recent fields such as Cyber-forensics, bringing together academia and professionals from the Police Academy, the National Institute of Forensic Medicine, the Military Technical Academy, the Directorate of Criminal Investigation. Organized Crime and Terrorism and the General Inspectorate of the Romanian Police.

The conference benefited from the interventions of international specialists such as Axel Manthei, forensic expert in the field of firearms, member of AFTE (Association of Firearms and Toolmark Examiners), member of ENFSI (European Network of Forensic Science Institutes) and inventor of the Cartwin Pro database; Giuseppe Zuffanti from the Italian State Police; Dr. Khumar Bakshi from New Delhi, India; Stefano Bianchi – specialist Amped and Alesandro de Bernardis, the representative of Raset International, forensic equipment manufacturer.

The volume that was edited based on the conference papers is indexed in the CrossRef, SSRN and Google Scholar databases and is published by Research & Science. The works are indexed in the CrossRef system, being assigned DOI (Digital Object Identifier) ​​codes.