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Forensics in Major Crime Investigations Conference Announced

22 March 2012. Forensic evidence now plays a major part in building vital evidence in an investigation but there are still many areas of forensic science that investigators can turn to in order to gain valuable evidence.

PRLog - Feb. 1, 2012 - AYLESBURY, U.K. -- The day will feature experts in the fields of forensic science who will provide best practice on a number of cutting edge areas that could prove valuable to the frontline investigator.

Topics and speakers:
• FIBRE EVIDENCE: Tiernan Doyle, a forensic scientist who worked on the Damilola Taylor investigation: ‘the value of fibre evidence – best practice and case studies’
• GUNSHOT RESIDUE: Kal Chana, forensic scientist: ‘best practice in gunshot residue forensics’
• FIRE FORENSICS: Andrew Wade, a forensic scientist who worked on the Malcolm Webber murder investigation: ‘myths and legends in fire forensics and how investigators can maximise evidential potential’
• FORENSIC JEWELLERY: Maria Maclennan, University of Dundee: ‘forensic jewellery – forensic identification through analysis of jewellery’

£95 per delegate

Rothley Court Hotel, Leicestershire, UK

Further details:

Exhibition stand space is available at this conference, contact Dale Hazell on +44 (0)844 660 8707.

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Location:Aylesbury - Buckinghamshire - United Kingdom
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