University of Manchester
3 November 2017
For all real life crime fans and forensic science enthusiasts comes an exclusive event which reveals the wonders of forensic science in crime scene detection. Join eminent forensic scientists Tracy Alexander and Jo Millington as they investigate a bloodspattered re-creation of a crime scene and endeavour to solve a violent murder.
Brought to you by Inside Justice, a UK charity dedicated to investigating alleged miscarriages of justice, the event draws on the experience of their extensive network of experts who play an essential role in reviewing crucial case evidence. Revealing the astonishing capabilities of forensic science, whilst also exposing the limitations and dangers in tunnel-vision police investigations and contaminated evidence, this is an event not to be missed.
Founder of Inside Justice and Producer of the TV series Rough Justice, Louise Shorter, tells us: "This is a rare opportunity to meet and interact with industry-leading experts. Tracy Alexander, Director of Forensic Services at City of London Police, and Jo Millington, Senior Blood Pattern Analysis Expert, have a combined experience of over 45 years in the field and are internationally recognised. This really is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see behind the scenes of a crime scene investigation."
Coming to the University of Manchester on Friday 3rd November for two events at 14:00 and 19:00. Tickets start at just £13.50 (limited availability).