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The Real Silent Witness - Current and Future Forensic Science


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The Real Silent Witness - Not Everything You See on TV is Real

Date and Time

06 December 2018 - 10:30-14:00


Grange over Sands, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the UK - NW:Lancs&Cumbria local network. Contact bflynn@btinternet.com for more information.

About this event

Forensic Science is a broad and varied field with some disciplines advancing at a pace and others still relying on old and well tried techniques. Izzy Colclough, from UCLan, has many years experience as a Senior Crime Scene Investigator and tell us about some of the most recent developments in evidence recovery and analysis, the challenges some of these developments have presented for forensic scientists and a reality check for those who believe everything they see on TV.

Please see separate flyer for more details.


10:30 Refreshments and networking
11:00 Lecture
12:30 Lunch
14:00 (approx.) Close

Continuing Professional Development

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This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.

Additional information

Speaker; Isobel Colclough, School of Forensic and Applied Sciences, UCLAN

The event is followed by an optional chargeable lunch.  The charge for this is £20 and reservations can be made by completing the booking form which accompanied the programme card or can be downloaded from https://communities.theiet.org/files/16457.

Alternatively, please contact the organiser.

Registration information

To attend the lecture, please register using the link provided - this assists with arrangements.  If you wish to stay for the optional lunch please book using the flyer that accompanies the programme card, or contact the organisor.


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