The IUICP has several research groups working in various areas of forensic science: Forensic Acoustics, Forensic Anthropology, Criminal and Procedural Law, Forensic Entomology, Forensic Genetics, Forensic Linguistics, Lophoscopy, Forensic Palynology, Computer and Electronics Forensics and Forensic Chemistry (INQUIFOR). These groups are mixed, and are composed of university teaching staff from the legal and scientific fields (from the UAH, UAM, UCLM, UAX, etc.), forensic professionals (GFSO, SECRIM, NITFS) and members of the Prosecutor General's Office. The research projects currently in progress are:
- "Technical and legal analysis of instant messaging on smartphones as tools in the fight against crime”.
- "Interpretation of DNA evidence: the current state of understanding of the L.R. Problems and future prospects".
- "Comparative analysis of speech registers in forensics: a review of the conceptual framework".
- "Scientific-police contributions to the process of physiognomic identification".
- “"Diptera of forensic interest in urban buildings”.
- "Quantification of the weight of evidence in the forensic comparison of fingerprints".
- European project: "New methods for identifying improvised explosive devices and post-blast residue using Raman spectroscopy to prevent criminal acts," by the INQUIFOR group.
- European project: "Exchange of explosives data to make a comprehensive database through police laboratories cooperation", by the INQUIFOR group.