PhD Student Presents at Wales Branch of British Society of Criminology

October 20, 2015

Sophie Pike, Criminology PhD student, presents preliminary findings of homicide investigation research at Wales Branch of the British Society of Criminology held at the University of South Wales.

Sophie Pike, in the final stages of her PhD, presented to the Wales Branch of the British Society of Criminology on her research, which is exploring changes to the investigation of homicide from the 1980s to the present day. The talk focused particularly on the scientific and technological changes that have taken place and considered the impact that these have had upon investigations and detective work.

Sophie talks at BSC

There was a great turn out, with attendees including current and former detectives, PhD students from Cardiff University and University of South Wales, and academics from law, criminology and the Innocence Project. An interesting question and answer session followed and generated some interesting discussions on the issues raised in the talk, as well as other related topics.

Attendees at the BSC

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