After two successful editions in Abu Dhabi, the 2019 event will take place in Bahrain and is fully supported by the Bahrain Ministry of Interior and will be attended by the highest level decision makers. 

Held under the patronage of His Highness Lieutenant General Shaikh Rashid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa, Minister of Interior, Kingdom of Bahrain, GCC Forensics Conference & Exhibition is the must attend event for all those involved in the forensic sector in the Middle East and Internationally to share best practice, new innovations and stay abreast of the latest technologies of the industry. 

Reasons to visit GCC Forensics Conference & Exhibition 2019

Reasons to visit GCC Forensics Conference & Exhibition 2019

  • Meet with the key security & forensic companies showcasing the latest and most innovative technologies of the sector
  • Network with other high level attendees, including Forensic Directors from across the GCC
  • Learn from industry leaders and technical experts in the two-day conference
  • Discuss forensic investigation methodologies with key members of the industry.
  • Take part in hands-on practical workshops

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2018 Highlights

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What to expect in 2019


The 3rd edition of GCC Forensics conference will look into a new set of challenges faced by forensic scientists as well as the innovation that is aiding international agencies to fight crime.

The conference agenda is now available to view online.

Conference Agenda


Take part in hands-on practical workshop that run alongside the exhibition and conference. 

You can attend workshops with a conference badge, or alternatively purchase a workshop only badge. Registration is open.

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Over 50 security & forensic companies will be showcasing their products and services in the exhibition area. 

The exhibition is the perfect space to network with colleagues and discover the latest innovations in the forensic industry and is free to attend. 

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Visitor Profile

Visitors will be drawn from all aspects of forensics activity from across the Middle East. This may include: evidence collection by the Police, Military and Intelligence Agencies to those involved in any type of investigation or court presentation that requires the analysis of evidence, Lawyers, Government Bodies and Agencies as well as Private organisations and the Labs themselves.

Forensics is the second highest expense for police forces globally and a major cost for lawyers, government agencies, military and corporate companies.