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S: Interpol – https://www.interpol.int/en/How-we-work/Forensics (last access: 5 February 2021); Westmidl – https://west-midlands.police.uk/specialist-teams/forensics (last access: 5 February 2021).

N: 1. Latin forensis public, forensic, from forum forum. First Known Use of forensic: 1659 (as an adjective) and 1814 (as a noun).
2. Definition of forensic: 1an argumentative exercise. 2: forensics plural in form but singular or plural in construction the art or study of argumentative discourse. 3: forensics plural in form but singular or plural in construction the application of scientific knowledge to legal problems especially scientific analysis of physical evidence (as from a crime scene).
3. The scientific police’s laboratories employ among others laboratory engineers, holders of a Master’s degree or a doctorate in medicine, pharmacy or veterinary medicine.

S: 1&2. MW – https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/forensics (last access: 5 February 2021). 3. TERMIUM PLUS – https://www.btb.termiumplus.gc.ca/tpv2alpha/alpha-eng.html?lang=eng&i=1&srchtxt=police+scientifique&codom2nd_wet=1#resultrecs (last access: 5 February 2021).

SYN: 1. forensic police, scientific police. 2. forensic science, forensic investigation, crime scene investigation or CSI. (depending on context)

S: TERMIUM PLUS – https://www.btb.termiumplus.gc.ca/tpv2alpha/alpha-eng.html?lang=eng&i=1&srchtxt=police+scientifique&codom2nd_wet=1#resultrecs (last access: 5 February 2021)

CR: crime, criminology, forensic medicine, forensic science, medical examiner.