Presentation by Emily Burton, Head of Forensic Services at Greater Manchester Police. POLICE ONLY
This is a follow-up to the CSI validation workshop we held earlier this month. POLICE ONLY.
Presenting FCN's national validation plan for consumables (eg swabs) for SARCs, including police forces, public bodies and private providers.
This police-only workshop will be hosted jointly by Andy Crofts from West Yorkshire Police and Kevin Sullivan from Transforming Forensics. Validation of anti-contamination and the approach taken to environmental monitoring are topics that are still raising many questions within CSI units.
Validation remains an area of some debate and uncertainty regarding what exactly needs to be undertaken and what is "good enough" for accreditation purposes. Police only
Accreditation readiness can be a daunting challenge, so this drop-in is an opportunity to pick the brains of our expert team. Police only.
Are you dealing with accreditation readiness? Would you like some advice and support? Join our expert team for a drop-in session on the 8th Sept.
The festival will be opened by the new Chief Scientific Advisor to UK Policing, Professor Paul Taylor. Confirmed sessions include a range of topics, from advances in fingerprint recovery to forensic applications of 3D printing.
FCN is hosting this interactive workshop for all forensic providers (policing and private sector) to discuss challenges and solutions for declaring accreditation status for all methods of reporting as part of the SFR process.
FCN is proud to host this virtual event for forensic suppliers, to help you show your social value when working with UK policing. Social value is increasingly important in public sector procurement, including policing and forensics, and tenders now include specific criteria on social value.
We’re inviting police forensic staff, investigators and service providers to help develop a Fingerprint and Footwear Capability Roadmap. We’ll be looking at what we have now, what the current issues are and identifying areas for development and research for the next 1-5 and 5-10 years.
FCN are hosting a national collaborative exercise with Dstl, funded by the Home Office and supported by the Forensic Science Regulator.