In the first of a series of posts around digital technology and its impact on forensic science, we’re going to explore the digital world of social media, how criminals are using it and how the police and forensic scientists are using social media to catch and prosecute criminals.
The use of technology within our communities has developed at pace in recent years, providing significant opportunities for the public to contact the emergency services in multiple ways across multiple channels. In this post we’ll explore how contact management is changing and how the emergency services are adapting.
As part of our partnership with Rotherham MBC, we pledged support to a local charity that’s helping some of the most vulnerable members of society. We caught up with Shiloh about the difference they are making to people’s lives every day.
Increasing missing person cases are creating resource challenges for the police, since whilst it’s not a crime to go missing from home, the police must establish their whereabouts and ensure that person doesn’t become a victim of crime, for example with vulnerable children or elderly people who have gone missing from care homes.
Our Team Leader, Joanne Harmon from NEC Care in Cork is presenting at the EASDec Conference (European Association for the Study of Diabetes Eye Complications) this weekend.