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Coronavirus crisis: leniency with reregistration
The NRGD will be lenient towards experts as much as possible if due to measures related to Covid-19, they are unable to meet all ...
ISO: developing quality standards for the forensic process
From 18 to 22 November 2019 inclusive, the Netherlands Register of Court Experts (NRGD) participated in the international ISO ...
Free Dutch law course for non-natives in Dutch
As a foreign expert we like to welcome your registration in the independent NRGD expert register but we do understand that an ...
Addendum: Forensic Pathology Assessment Framework v.2.1
As of 1 January 2019, the following addendum shall enter into force with regard to the Forensic Pathology Assessment Framework. ...
Communicating with the NRGD
The NRGD considers meticulous communication with reporters extremely important. Please find herewith more details on this subject.
EAFS 2020: The Forensic Odyssey
The Netherlands Register of Court Experts (NRGD) was an active participant at the 8th European Academy of Forensic Science ...
Accelerated route after rejection
Requirements have been established for each field of expertise with which an expert must comply in order to qualify for ...
Home News Online lexicon forensic sciences
The Organization of Scientific Area Committees for Forensic Science (OSAC) recently published a lexicon (in English) to help ...
Accelerated route following a rejection
Requirements have been established for each field of expertise to which an expert must comply in order to qualify for ...
Repeat: the register for Digital Forensic Research applications is open
The register for Digital Forensic Research applications (DFR) is open. The NRGD calls on DFR experts to enrol for registration.