You will be expected to hold at good upper second-class honours degree in a subject appropriate to the course. Such courses could include any of the sciences as well as engineering, mathematics or computing graduates.
Consideration will be given to those who are already experienced practitioners in a field of forensic mark comparison, but who lack formal qualifications that would be the normal entry requirement.
Non-native English speakers should be looking at IELTS score with a minimum value of 6.5.
Applicants will have to be checked through police vetting procedures due to the sensitive nature of this work placed environment.
This course aims to introduce you to a range of techniques used in the analysis of marks that originate in scenes of crime. You will explore, in depth, current methodologies in forensic mark comparison, by considering practical approaches, limitations and issues involved in the current methodologies. You will develop a scientific approach to investigating forensic mark comparison.
Recipient: University of Wolverhampton
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