To provide expertise in the recovery and evaluation of forensic and photographic evidence ensuring maximisation of evidential retrieval
Our trained Laboratory technicians undertake a variety of chemical treatments on exhibits retrieved from crime scenes and when required will attend crime scenes to enhance and capture marks utilising specialist light sources.
This role will manage, maintain, develop and implement the Quality Management system within Forensic Investigations and the broader Force, to ensure high quality standards of forensic service provision and to comply with EU legislation and the Forensic Regulator’s requirements for Forensic Service Providers.
You will be working as part of a team within the Analytical Forensic Services portfolio to carry out forensic examinations, using specialist techniques to reveal and record fingerprint detail, to support the investigation of crime.
In this role you will provide a service to the Force and external agencies, both within the laboratory and at scenes of crime, by employing a wide range of specialist forensic techniques in order to recover and record forensic evidence
In this role you will assist in the implementation and maintenance of the Forensic Science Regulators accreditation and code of practice requirements across Forensic Services.
The Forensic Services Evaluator is based within the Procedural Standards Unit and will monitor, analyse and report on the effectiveness of forensic examinations throughout the investigative process
The Senior Forensic Exhibits Officer (SFEO) is a critical role for the day to day running and deployment of the Forensic Management Team (FMT).
You will be responsible for delivering and maintaining compliance to forensic accreditation and standards in line with the Forensic Science Regulators Act 2021.
Within this post, the researcher will analyse fingermarks from archived, live and cold cases provided by Police Forces in the UK...