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On the Front Line: New Frontiers in Forensics, Crime and Security
Tue 18 October 2016, 10:00 – 16:00 BST
We're incredibly proud to host an unforgettable, fascinating day at the RI that focuses on cutting-edge forensic, crime and security science – and due to demand, we've been able to provide additional seating. This is an experience you won't forget. More information for schools can be found here.
Discover how to crack codes from an FBI codebreaker, learn the science behind deradicalising terrorists and be riveted by live demonstrations and talks by the world's most prominent pioneers in these fields. Speakers hail from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to University College London's incredibly distinguished faculty.
Here's a current list of only a few of the several talks and demonstrations to be featured in quick succession on the day:
How the FBI cracks codes – and the dazzling maths of cryptanalysis
Put a Ring On It
The human side of forensic jewellery
The influence of the environment on criminal behaviour
The Smoking Gun
The science of gunshot residue and transfer patterns
Mind Over Matter
Group dynamics, developmental pathways and behavioural characteristics of terrorism
The Right Touch
Explorations and evaluations of transfer DNA evidence
A Grim Puzzle
The distribution of tissue fragments after an explosive event
Information for School Groups
While this event is designed to complement A-Level student psychology, science and mathematics objectives, it is open to the general public and for general admission.
Teachers: We are offering 1 free place for a teacher per 10 students. Please contact us directly to redeem this offer. This offer is extended to schools only.
Refunds: Please note that we cannot offer refunds within 1 week of the conference. To obtain a refund, please notify us directly in writing at: firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate the date of sale. No refunds will be processed after the event. We will respond to refund requests within 48 hours.
Further information for school groups can be found here: forensicoutreach.com/conference.