On 15-17 November 2018 the Palace of Justice of Naples (Italy) was held XX International Congress of Judicial Graphology. «Criminalistic and Judicial Graphology» was adopted as a topic of the Congress. Organizers of the event were: Association of Judicial Graphology, School of Forensic Graphology and Academy of Graphology Crotti. Forensic experts and criminalists from Greek, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish and other scientific schools were took part in this event.
Congress Presidium is included prof. Edvige Crotti (President of School of Forensic Graphology), prof. Tadeus Tomaszewski (Vice-president of Warsaw University), prof. Zdzislaw Kegel (professor of Criminalistics Department of Law Faculty of Wroclaw University) and prof. Hendryk Malewski (professor of Institute of Criminal Law and Procedure of Mykolas Romeris University).
Scientific reports at the Congress were devoted to topical issues on judicial (forensic) and criminalistic graphology, graphopathology, the ratio of forensic graphology and forensic sciences, using of forensic graphology in judicial processes in different countries.
After discussions during the ceremonial closing of the XX International Congress on Judicial Graphology, it was announced that the next XXI Congress (14-16 November 2019) and XXII Congress (19-21 November 2020) would be held in Naples. More detailed information on web-site: www.agragi.it