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You will be working under the direction of the Technical Manager, and Senior Technical Officers, completing relevant tasks relating to accreditation in ISO17025, ISO17020 and Forensic Science Regulator Code of Practice, ensuring all equipment and staff are compliant with the unit and accreditation requirements.
The successful candidate will provide an effective Fingerprint Service and will understand the importance of accuracy in all aspects of comparison, identification and evidential processing.
The successful candidate will have sound business acumen and will already possess substantial experience of managing supplier relationships and performance management.
In addition to operational management, you will also perform the role of Technical Manager, with overall responsibility for ensuring quality standards within the forensic laboratories,
Reporting to a CSI Supervisor and based within one of the operational CSI hubs; you will provide operational and logistical support to the CSI team.
To manage the Digital Forensics Investigation Unit, Overseeing day-to-day activities of accreditation and quality of all Hertfordshire Constabulary’s Digital Forensics Services.
As a Senior Forensic Scientist, you’ll have the opportunity to drive priority projects, integrate new forensic technologies, and deliver essential services for the UK and its interests.
The Open Call is looking for innovative ideas to improve the defence and security of the UK. This includes ideas relating to policing and forensics.
To provide expertise in the recovery and evaluation of forensic and photographic evidence ensuring maximisation of evidential retrieval
PhD - Mobilising artificial intelligence to identify patterns of criminal behaviour on digital devices
Explore how neuro-symbolic AI techniques, machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) might be operationalised to understand how patterns or signature for different types of criminal offences might be identified and flagged for analysis.
Apply for funding to establish a dedicated Centre for Doctoral Training Plus (CDT+) in Behavioural Research. You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for ESRC funding.
Lancashire Forensic Science Academy have a multidisciplinary catalogue of professional development courses: see their website for details.
The Yorkshire and the Humber (YatH) training team is managed and staffed by former, experienced Crime Scene Managers and CSI staff with a wealth of operational and training experience. CSI training forms a central part of our Quality Management System in line with the requirements of our ISO 17020 accreditation.
The courses combine classroom and practical training utilising our dedicated CSI training centre at Wetherby, West Yorkshire. This comprises of a training house with classroom, welfare and office facilities, a scene house with a large garden area for external scenes, plus a parade of shops including a news agent, office, public house, and a large dedicated workshop for vehicle examinations.
CSI Stage 1
We have recordings of workshops, webinars and Bitesize sessions on our website and Vimeo channel. Brush up your knowledge and learn about new developments in forensics!
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