This Conference will offer delegates the opportunity to meet
with a number of professionals who work in the Real World of
Forensic Science. During the day you will have the
opportunity to hear and interact with these experts who will
provide an insight into the fascinating way they use their skills
and knowledge in gathering and presenting forensic evidence
in order to convict the criminal.
Forensic Science covers a wide range of scientific disciplines.
Its main function is to provide impartial scientific evidence in
courts of law. This is usually the result of a police enquiry,
where scientific evidence is needed to help the police with their
investigations. True Life Conferences aim is to demonstrate
the scope and diversity of the range of disciplines used to
investigate crime through a number of presentations.
9.30 – 9.55am: Registration
10.15 -11.15am: Facial Reconstruction
When facial features are severely damaged or decomposed
this form of identification technique may be used.
11.30-12.30pm: Forensic Pathology
Evidence gathered from the body during autopsy to determine
the cause of sudden, violent or unexpected death.
Students will require a packed lunch or monies to purchase
refreshments from local eateries.
This conference will be of interest to anyone considering or
1.30-2.30pm: Murder Weapon
· The Forensic Science Service
· Police Force
· Forensic Psychology
· Forensic Medicine
· Public Services
2.45-3.45pm: Crime Scenes Investigator
We ask that students register between 9.30am and 9.55am, as
presentations will start promptly at 10am. Students will require
a packed lunch or monies to purchase refreshments. The
conference will finish at approximately 3.45pm.
Through scientific investigation we explore ballistics, the
science that deals with the motion, behaviour and effects of
projectiles, especially bullets.
Working with the police, CSI’s retrieve, examine and
investigate physical evidence to assist in tracing and gaining a
3.45pm: Conference Finishes