I’m SO excited to say that I got tickets to attend the fantastic Anatomy Lab LIVE; a travelling interactive exhibition promising dinner and dissection. What more could a girl want?!
I am a morbidly curious kinda person, so when I stumbled upon this book I knew I’d hit gold. I read it in what felt like a couple of hours and can’t recommend it enough for those of you who …read more →
This article was inspired by a recent episode called ‘Foodunnit?’ on the BBC’s The Food Chain podcast. It is well worth a listen, and explored some of the fascinating ways that food plays an important role in a criminal investigation. …read more →
In the first article in this series, ‘The Golden Hour’ we looked at the crucial steps to take within the first hour after finding a body. Then the Senior Investigating Officer (SIO) and Crime Scene Manager (CSM) got decked out …read more →
In the previous article in this series, ‘The Golden Hour’ we looked at the crucial steps to take within the first hour after finding a body. The Senior Investigating Officer (SIO) and Crime Scene Manager (CSC) will now enter the …read more →
The whole trajectory of a successful investigation hinges on the actions taken by those first at the scene: the First Officer Attending (FAO) or First Responder (FR). In your research into crime scenes you may see the phrase ‘the golden …read more →
A pretty grim thing to think about I know, but for an aspiring crime fiction writer, something we need to explore a little bit. If I’m going to write a scene in which my protagonist detective arrives at the crime …read more →