Placement opportunity for Biological Anthropology students

Would you like the opportunity to contribute to the fight against serious and organised crime?

This role will require the individual to support the National Injuries Database team in the provision of operational support to major crime investigations. One of the main responsibilities will involve overseeing Operational Marshall (a national intrafamilial child suspicious and homicide database) by inputting new case forms onto the database, liaising with forces and checking the inbox, conducting searches of the database and formulating reports from the search results as well as performing open source research for qualifying cases. Another role will be to input triaged cases onto the National Injuries Database and conducting research to support operational cases on behalf of the NID team. Finally, the individual will provide administrative support to the team and assist with any ad-hoc duties to support live investigations and the wider Major Crime Investigative Support (MCIS) unit.

This role is only open to students enrolled on a forensics degree course that requires a placement year as part of their course.

Deadline for applications: 19 February 2018

For more information and how to apply,  click here