The 2011 programme will cover 36 months and will involve 37 participants from 21 organisations, the majority being ENFSI member-institutes. The MP2011 will consist of 5 projects:
- Dating of questioned documents by resins and binders in ballpoint ink entries.
- The development of an internet accessible database on textile fibres.
- Methodological guidelines for semi-automatic and automatic speaker recognition for case assessment and interpretation.
- International co-operation for testing, validation and application of ink dating methods.
- Standardization of forensic image and video enhancement (S-Five).
It seems that the result of the projects may prove highly beneficial for the entire forensic community. The MP2011 is expected to develop new and improve existing methodologies for forensic examinations, increase forensic cooperation across Europe as well as promote the use of the best forensic methods within the areas of digital information, forensic speaker recognition, questioned documents and textile fibres examinations.