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Latest News


16 Dec 14 - Forensic Science Update: Microbes May Help Link A Predator To A Sexual Assault In The Absence Of DNA Evidence

For the current study, Murdoch University scientists hypothesized that hair might be used in forensic investigations



12 Dec 14 - Investigating Cyber Stalking Workshop 10 March 2015 (Earlybird discount)

Are you geared up to investigate these complex online crimes and deal with the menace of internet trolls?



11 Dec 14 - Commissioner Adrian Leppard calls for legislation to compel the banking system to report fraud

It is estimated that 80% of fraud goes unreported. Fraud is estimated to cost UK economy £30 billion each year





The Investigator’s latest issue main features

When a body is found in mysterious circumstances it provides the SIO with the ultimate challenge of identifying the victim and the reasons for their death. Carol Jenkins talks to experts from the University of Reading about how they are using forensic science to help SIOs answer these vital questions.

We profile the winners of our inaugural Excellence in Investigation awards held recently.

PEACE process
Lecturer and trainer Chris Haycock gives his assessment of the 20 years of PEACE interviews.

Faking it
An audacious scam to con £20M out of major retailers ended in a successful conviction by Greater Manchester Police Fraud Investigation Unit. The Investigator reports.


Ponzi Fraud
we look at a growing crime trend that is proving a challenge for investigators.










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