Every Contact Leaves A Trace – or does it?
Monday 12 June 2017
Starting at 17:15 hrs
The Gordon Museum of Pathology
King’s College, London
ArroGen Forensics Ltd (formerly Manlove Forensics Limited) invites you to attend a free CPD accredited forensic awareness seminar taking place at The Gordon Museum of Pathology at King’s College London.
King’s Gordon Museum of Pathology is the largest medical museum in the UK and contains some rare and unique artefacts. The Museum has a large and growing collection of approximately 8,000 pathological specimens and you will have the opportunity to take a look around the collection.
ArroGen Forensics Ltd provides a comprehensive range of forensic services and consultancy covering all scientific disciplines. During the Seminar, our forensic scientists will give you valuable insight into the investigation of sexual assault cases, DNA interpretation and forensic firearms investigation. Not only will this give you a good understanding of the science, but our experts will explain how we can work with you to accurately assess the significance of the findings in the context of the case and help you to assist your clients.
The Agenda for the evening is as follows:
|17:15||Registration with cheese and wine and the opportunity to take a look around the Museum|
|18:00||Introduction to the Gordon Museum||Bill Edwards
|18.10||Introduction and welcome to ArroGen Forensics Ltd||John Owen|
|18:25||Forensic aspects of sexual offences investigation||Lynne Hingley|
|19:10||Forensic Firearms Examination||Huw Griffiths|
|20:00||Questions and close||John Owen|
Register for the Free CPD accredited Seminar
Space is limited, so do not delay.
You may also RSVP to Karen Schembri