Conference: Forensic Investigation Conference: Search and Identification
When: 13-14th May 2017
Where: Glyndwr University Wrexham
“Wrexham Glyndwr University and UK-K9 are jointly organising the first Forensic Investigation Conference to be held at the University. The two day conference will include a number of speakers who all specialise in different aspects of Forensic Investigation with special focuses on Search or Identification. As well as covering aspects on fire, explosives and drugs investigation there will be strong focus on the use of cadaver dogs in both land and water searches. A number of case studies will be presented covering human identification, decomposition and how forensic investigation can be enhanced by future research and collaboration. Alongside the presentations there will be a student poster conference displaying current research in forensic science, and the programme will also include search demonstrations with the dogs.”
The conference will host a number of fantastic speakers, including researchers in forensic taphonomy and anthropology, search and recovery experts, detection dog trainers and more. Students are invited to take part in a poster presentation for a chance to share and discuss their research.
For further information and to sign up to the event, visit: www.wgu.ac.uk/ForensicConference