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Crime scene management: maximising investigative and forensic opportunities, 19 September 2024

 

  • Explores key considerations and contemporary best practice around crime scene management with the aim of maximising investigative and forensic opportunities

 

  • Highlights common challenges and pitfalls and provides operational strategies to address these effectively

 

  • Enhances key skills and confidence and provides current guidance and legislation around crime scene management to support an investigation.

 

  • We’ll look at the importance of preserving the integrity of the crime scene in the early stages of an investigation and its impact on the ensuing investigation.

 

  • Provides a forum for debate to highlight and answer any current operational challenges investigators might have.

 

  • Held online Via Teams

 

The Investigator is pleased to be hosting this workshop that examines contemporary issues and challenge around crime scene management and investigation.

Our workshop will provide delegates with a checklist/aid memoire of key actions for first attending officers around:

· Scene assessment and management: common mistakes and pitfalls and how to mitigate these

· Preservation of evidence and best practice around packaging

· Considerations around ISO accreditation

· Best practice around starting a crime scene log

· Best practice around DNA and other forensic opportunities

· Identifying investigative opportunities

 

Demonstration of a virtual crime scene

We’ll also take you through a virtual crime scene that at first examination appears to be the scene of an aggravated burglary and explore some of the key investigative and forensic opportunities that are presented at the scene.

 

Who should attend?

The workshop is aimed at investigators and analysts who want to develop and broaden their knowledge and understanding of contemporary issues around crime scene management and investigation and its impact on the ensuing investigation. If you are a new-to-role CSI then you will also find the workshop useful.

 

Our speaker

We are delighted to welcome Beth Nurse to lead the work. Beth is an experienced Crime Scene Investigator (CSI) who has worked at Humberside Police and Yorkshire and Humber Regional Scientific Services before transferring to Dyfed Powys Police. During her career, she has attended numerous crime scenes of volume, serious and complex and major crime and has built up a real operational expertise which she is keen to use to inform investigators and help build confidence.

Beth is now a Lecturer in Crime Scene Investigation at the University of South Wales where she is responsible for teaching contemporary skills to the next generation of CSIs and investigators.

Her unique experience combines operational expertise with academic learning and current guidance and legislation.

Beth has devised the virtual demonstration exclusively for our workshop and will provide a handout/aide memoir for delegates to use in their future operational work.

NB: if you have any questions about a recent or current operational investigation or any areas you would like Beth to include in the workshop then please email carol@the-investigator.co.uk

HOW TO BOOK

Cost: £199+ VAT (GBP) per delegate (LEA and Government Agency rate).  £249 + VAT (Industry rate). 

Group bookings: We offer various discounts for group bookings depending on numbers, please contact us for details.

Booking: Please send the delegates name(s), email address(es) and purchase order (made out to The Investigator) to booking@the-investigator.co.uk or telephone +44(0)844 660 8707 for further information. 

Payment can be made by PayPal/debit/credit card (corporate card fees apply + 3%). ​The meeting link will be sent out 7 days before the event.

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