Peter Lamb | Vice President, Region V (European)
Peter started his career in Forensic Science in November, 1970 and has spent the majority of his career working with teams dealing with offences against the person; murder, abduction, rape, assault, armed criminality, theft and vehicles used in crime.
Peter has lead major incident teams and has always enjoyed front line scene investigation and lab work. Peter has taught Forensic Science to new scientists and has been responsible for ensuring that they are competent in their work. Peter was a Scientific Advisor, then a Principal Scientist for the Home Office and is presently a major and critical incident investigator for the Forensic Science Service.
Peter has always possessed an interest in BPA (he has photographs of himself stamping in blood in the early 1970's and beating blood soaked bags with sticks) and over the years he has sought positions where he could research BPA further.
Peter was elected as Vice-President of the European region two years ago and has enjoyed meeting with like minded people at IABPA conferences.