School of Forensic and Applied Sciences
JB Firth, JBF001
+44 (0) 1772 89 4379
Kev's expertise lies in the field of crime scene reconstruction and investigation. Kev began his CSI career in 1995 serving first with West Mercia and then Lancashire Constabularies. During this time he gained valuable personal experience of investigating every type of crime from petty theft to serial murder. Photography is the primary method of recording a crime scene. It is also Kev's hobby in which he has recently achieved an MA.
Diploma in Crime Scene Investigation, University of Durham, 1996
Forensic Science Society diploma in Crime Scene Investigation, 1998
MA Photography, University of Central Lancashire, 2012.
“Graphic Violence: Computer Graphics Based Visualisation of Pathology Information.” 2003; M. Evison, D. Schofield, J. March, L. Goodwin, A. Jones and K. Pritchard.
Course leader BSc FSCI - ensuring the smooth co-ordination/operation of the course on a daily basis.
Ensuring smooth progression of students from year to year.
Forensic investigation team co-ordinator - ensuring teaching materials are at the correct level and all classes and lectures are covered and taught by relevant staff.
Teaching activities include all aspects of crime scene science taught on the course across all years.
All aspects of digital SLR photography.
Laboratory analysis of all types of forensic evidence.
The photography of a virtual tour of School facilities.
Fellow Higher Education Academy
Forensic Science Society