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The new Innovation Fund to Reduce Demand for Illicit Substances is holding a three phase funding call for research on developing, evaluating and implementing interventions to reduce and prevent demand for ‘recreational drugs’.
Details on the link below - please contact Dr Carolyn Lovell if you're interested in a collaboration.
Stakeholders wanted to develop a rapid automated system for trace evidence recovery, classification, analysis, and evaluation for the use against VAWG
We seek to form a Stakeholder Panel from those with a deep understanding of the needs of:
- victims (as represented by relevant third sector organisations);
- those who serve in police forces, including, for example detectives, first responders, forensic service professionals, serious crime reviewers, IT managers, systems analysis, and, of course, those with a leadership role in the policing of violence against women and girls
- Forensic Science Providers
- Those who serve the criminal court processes
- The forensic regulatory team
- Those who sell and buy forensic equipment and forensic consumables.
In this role you will lead a small team of digital forensic investigators conducting intelligence led digital forensic investigations
In this role you will conduct intelligence led digital forensic investigations on a wide range of digital devices, providing evidence and expert interpretation of the evidence
Practitioners wanted to develop a rapid automated system for trace evidence recovery, classification, analysis, and evaluation for in cases of VAWG
This project is aimed at producing a ground-breaking technology that will allow a game-changing improvement in the evidence available in cases of violence against women and girls. This is an opportunity for you to make sure that the ground-breaking system being built will be fit-for-purpose. You will do this by providing a voice for those directly affected by crime and those who are instrumental in bringing the offenders to justice.
UK registered academic institutions, research and technology organisations or catapults can apply for a share of up to £9 million to fund innovation projects with businesses or not for profits.
The Open Call is looking for innovative ideas to improve the defence and security of the UK. This includes ideas relating to policing and forensics.
Apply for funding to establish a dedicated Centre for Doctoral Training Plus (CDT+) in Behavioural Research. You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for ESRC funding.
We have recordings of workshops, webinars and Bitesize sessions on our website and Vimeo channel. Brush up your knowledge and learn about new developments in forensics!
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