CAREER INTERVIEWS

An audience with a forensic scientist

An in-depth interview with Think Forensic’s most senior forensic scientist, Leisa Nichols-Drew about her diverse career and the route she has taken. This interview covers topics such as:

  • Working within the Forensic Science Service

  • Working in the lab and on crime scenes

  • Developing educational workshops with Think Forensic

  • A career in research focussing on knife crime, fingerprint development on leather surfaces & blood stains on dark surfaces

  • Travel Fellowship with the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust

AN interview with a forensic chemist

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work in the industry for yourself? Have a listen to Sue Procter interviewing forensic scientist Angela Wann.

In this interview Angela talks us through what sparked her passion for Forensic Science and also discusses the steps she took to reach her goal. The video covers the following topics:

  • Qualifications & subject choices

  • Accredited courses

  • Life after completing a university degree

  • Using qualifications outside of university

  • Angela’s contribution to the Covid-19 pandemic

ANNIE’S ROUTE INTO FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY

Annie Robinson talks to Think Forensic about her route into Forensic Anthropology and how her forensic career started.

  • What sparked Annie’s interest in Forensics

  • Choosing a university

  • Achieving goals without A-Levels

  • University foundation courses

  • Masters degree

  • Decision making

  • A career in Disaster Management

AN INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC LINGUISTICS

A Think Forensic interview exploring the subject of Forensic Linguistics.

  • Careers in Forensic Linguistics

  • Degree courses and distance learning

  • Forensic Audio and how it is helpful

  • When is Forensic Linguistics used and how it is used to support a case

  • An brief insight into Forensic Musicology

AN INTERVIEW WITH A GEOGRAPHIC PROFILER

Think Forensic interviews a Geographic Profiler to find out what it is and how it is used.

  • What is Geographic Profiling

  • How it is used to help support an investigation

  • Different types of profiling

  • Education choices to assist a career in Geographic Profiling

  • Career advice

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