Adam is a former Forensic Science student who graduated from UCLan in 2003, and has been demonstrating on a range of subjects within Forensic and Investigative Sciences since 2004.
Adam has taught on a variety of different modules since starting at UCLan in 2004. Currently, Adam is teaching on two of the biggest Forensic Science modules – FZ1034 Crime Scene Science and FZ2236 Forensic Practice. These two modules, first and second year respectively, cover subjects ranging from basic fingerprinting, evidence collection and crime scene processing to the laboratory enhancement of evidence.
Adam is interested in all areas of crime scene science and laboratory analysis of evidence. He has been demonstrating since 2004.
- BSc (Hons), Forensic Science, University of Central Lancashire, 2003