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Spaces are now available on our NEW Crime Scene Investigation Short Course

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Spaces are now available on our NEW Crime Scene Investigation Short Course
by Student and Programme Centre - Friday, 16 June 2017, 3:41 PM

This FREE Crime Scene Investigation short course offers a unique learning opportunity to individuals with an amateur or professional interest in the sector.

Students will be assessed via a write-up and practical simulation to be held over two days from Saturday, July 29. On completion, they will receive a Certificate of Continuing Education.

The remotely accessed, stand-alone qualification will also allow you to learn about the science and practicalities behind investigations and the considerations that need to be taken into account when processing them.

“This course offer those that attend a valuable insight into what happens when you attend a crime scene,” said Amy Rattenbury, Forensic Science Lecturer.

“That includes the collection of fingerprints, the correct use of sterile swabs and tape lifts, along with how to collect tool-mark and other impression evidence. They will also be taught how to accurately record the crime scene using diagrams and notes, search techniques and team work on-site.”

For further information, and to apply please visit our website

You can also contact Amy Rattenbury, Lecturer in Forensic Science at or on 01978 293129.

Please note that this places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Please also note that all courses are offered subject to minimum numbers.