The International Centre for Evidence-Based Criminal Law
The International Centre for Evidence-Based Criminal Law (EB-CRIME) is a network of researchers from different scientific disciplines that collaborate in research projects about evidence in criminal cases.
The research aims to facilitate evidence-based evaluations and decision making by, for example, police officers, prosecutors, forensic medical doctors and judges
EB-CRIME is funded by the Swedish Research Council.
EB-CRIME in media
Ny forskning: AI ska kunna avgöra människors ålder
Published on SVT's website 3/5 (only in Swedish)
Så ska AI hjälpa brottsutredare – kan avslöja lögner i polisförhör
Published on SVT's website, 11/3 (only in Swedish)
Bringing new research about forensic evidence to the courtroom
Published at uu.se 2/3 2023
How can tunnel vision (so-called confirmation bias) manifest in criminal cases and are there function mitigation techniques? New book published by Oxford University Press.
Criminal investigations without a suspect
How biological markers can be used to predict sex, age, height, BMI and much more. Published in Forensic Science International: Genetics.
Crime scene investigations
How do crime scene investigators decide where to secure blood traces? Published in Science & Justice.