Identification of the victims of a mass fatality incident is considered a basic human right. Forensic odontology frequently makes a significant contribution to the identification process following major disasters, and is considered a primary identifier in the Interpol Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) Guidelines. Many authors have indicated that to achieve identification with dignity and respect requires practical guidelines and standard operating procedures. No internationally accepted guidelines currently exist for the practice of forensic odontology in DVI situations. This book documents the development of a comprehensive practice guide for use by Australian forensic odontologists in a mass fatality incident.