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Oct 17
14:00 - 16:00
#EmpFest19: Forensics in Anthropology
Careers & Employability events at Canterbury
Employability Festival 2019

Please note that this event has change venue to KS4

Forensics in anthropology will examine the different careers within the field of forensics with an anthropological slant. Chaired by Dr Chris Deter, the panel will feature talks from Gareth Dineen CSI Trainer for Kent Police, Dr Devin Finaughty, Lecturer in Biological Anthropology and Crime Scene Manager Sally Wood of Kent Police. 

Topics will include:

  • The College of Policing national training model for Crime Scene Investigators and how this is delivered by Kent Police College
  • Training for graduates looking to progress in employment as a CSI and the different levels of CSI progression offered 
  • National Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) training programme and the different disaster victim identification responses
  • Understanding body decomposition at a crime scene 
  • Using forensic evidence to link crime scenes and the relevance and interpretation of evidence within criminal cases

    EP: 10

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    Location

    KS4,
    Keynes College,
    University of Kent,
    Canterbury,
    Kent,
    CT2 7NP
    United Kingdom
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    Details

    Open to Available for all students with an interest in policing, forensics and crime scene investigation. But particularly, students with Anthropology, Law, Physical Sciences and Archaeology.,

    Contact: Careers & Employability Service
    E: careerhelp@kent.ac.uk
    T: 01227 823299
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