The inforce Foundation was established in 2001 and is a UK registered charity with experts positioned throughout the world. The name "inforce" is derived from our standing as an International Centre for Forensic Excellence.
We provide the forensic expertise necessary for the scientific detection, recovery and identification of victims arising from mass fatality incidents, genocide, war crimes and similar crimes against humanity.
We are committed to:
- Meeting the humanitarian needs of families, loved-ones and broader communities by affording victims compassion and respect in accordance with their Human Rights and providing, through the recovery and repatriation of victims, their right to be afforded funeral rights in a chosen and dignified manner in accordance with their wishes, customs and beliefs;
- Facilitating the prosecution of offenders by legitimate legal authorities through the provision of sound, reliable and relevant evidence that has been recovered and managed with a with due regard to the maintenance of integrity and continuity;
- Establishing and disseminating the highest professional and ethical standards through the delivery of expert training across a broad range of forensic disciplines
- Building global capacity in forensic science investigation and associated fatality management disciplines as the consequence of expert training and guidance and as a means of empowering survivor communities.