Call for Participants


 




 

 

CALL  FOR  BLOODSTAIN  PATTERN  ANALYSIS  PHOTOS

I am the Editor and a contributing author for a next generation bloodstain pattern analysis (BPA) textbook.  The book is scheduled to be published by CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, in late 2021 or early 2022.

To supplement the articles and chapters being written for the book, I am seeking high quality, high resolution photographs that show bloodstain patterns of all types, injuries and wounds, bloodstain crime scenes, crime scene documentation and other relevant images of BPA subject matter.  All image contributions will be credited to the submitter and their agency in the image description.  

If you are interested in contributing images to this project or would like more information, please contact me at: Toby.Wolson@gmail.com

  

 





“Would you like to participate in a study about factors affecting crime scene investigations?

The decisions and judgments of crime scene investigators are crucial in legal proceedings. The purpose of this research is to examine how these decisions and judgments happen in practice. This entails questions such as what traces will be secured from a crime scene etc. The project will be conducted during the coming year both in the UK and in Sweden.

Taking part in this study is entirely voluntary and refusal to agree to participate will involve no penalty or loss of benefits to which the participant is otherwise entitled. Also, participants may discontinue participation at any time without penalty or loss of benefits to which they are otherwise entitled.
This research consists of a web-based survey and participation is online only. Participating in this research takes approximately 30 minutes and the research is conducted only at one occasion.  The data will be stored for 5 years after you have provided your responses.

If you have any questions pertaining to this study, please contact the principal researcher Dr. Moa Lidén, (m.liden@ucl.ac.uk or moa.liden@jur.uu.se)

The project has been approved by the UCL Research Ethics Committee (17415/001) and the Swedish Ethics Authority (2019-03878), but please do let us know if any additional local ethical approval would be needed.”


Regards,

Mohammed Almazrouei

PhD Candidate (Forensic Decision-Making)
UCL Department of Security and Crime Science
Shropshire House (4th Floor), WC1E 6JA
https://www.ucl.ac.uk/forensic-sciences