Jobs at Key Forensics

/ February 16, 2019

For a company that was going into administration it is good to see Key Forensics back in the market place (I know it didn’t go anywhere) and getting stronger. Lets hope this will help the forensics industry in the UK. Anyway there are a number of roles open on their recruitment page at the moment for all ranges of staff.

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This job is live at the moment – DNA Analyst

/ February 16, 2019

And it does say: “A scientific degree is preferred but not essential”. Role Summary To work as part of a dynamic team, carrying out forensic DNA analysis and using the latest techniques on a range of sample types. To interpret case findings including analytical results and produce clear, succinct interpretations and conclusions in report format to assist in the investigation

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Are we starting to see Privatised Forensics?

/ February 4, 2019

In 2012 the company known as G4S was meant to start bringing together Forensic Services for a few Policing Agencies in the West Midlands but due to their botched and inept failures at the Olympics that year saw the forces all pull out. What many people don’t know is that G4S has been supplying and delivering forensic services in Lincolnshire

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Social Menace

/ January 30, 2019

You may have noticed our social media is very quiet at the moment. This is due to a need for space. Space is something modern life does not like providing especially when we are “always on” with our many devices. So I am taking a break from all social media. As such the Facebook account has been put into hibernation

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Mathematics in Forensic Science

/ January 16, 2019

Mathematics is fast becoming one of the most important techniques in crime detection. Where once a Sherlock Holmes would have had to be content with a magnifying glass, or a jury with gut instinct and rational discussion, now a range of methods from probability and statistics are available to help. Today, mathematics lies behind expert conclusions on a hundred forensic

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Crime Scene Investigator (CSI) Tier 1

/ December 28, 2018

To provide a Crime Scene Investigation capability across the East Midlands Region ensuring a comprehensive, efficient and effective service is delivered for local and regional crime scene examinations by maximising the forensic opportunities to aid the investigative and criminal justice processes. https://shrsc.tal.net/vx/mobile-0/appcentre-External/brand-5/candidate/so/pm/6/pl/1/opp/1027-Crime-Scene-Investigator-CSI-Tier-1/en-GB

Walking home for Christmas

/ December 3, 2018

Hi everyone As you know I am a veteran and this year I am taking part in Walking Home For Christmas. By taking part in the #WalkingHomeForChristmas campaign, I’m giving hope to other veterans and their families who are struggling this Christmas by supporting programmes run by Walking With The Wounded and Help for Heroes which tackle key issues such

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Crime Scene Psychology

/ December 3, 2018

I know, it doesn’t seem right to be mixing those two disciplines but that is exactly what Martyn Stewart (@martynpsych) did last week by combining a conference in the capital of Qatar, Doha, and inviting speakers with experience and knowledge. And you know what, it worked really well. The conference was created to bring students from the Middle East a flavour of

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