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Dagmar Heinrich

PhD TITLE

The Chain of Evidence - a critical appraisal of the applicability and validity of forensic research and the usability of forensic evidence

PREVIOUS DEGREEs

BSc Bio-medical Science

MSc Forensic Science                                                  

MSc Forensic Anthropology                                         

MRes Security Science

MRes Title

The use of forensic evidence in the prosecution of terrorism cases in the UK 1970-2010

PREVIOUS JOBS

Forensic Anthropology Research Intern at the Netherlands Forensic Institute  

Business Development Manager Web DMUK Ltd

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Forensic Science - Use of Forensic Evidence                                               

Forensic Anthropology - Taphonomy, Burned Remains, Trauma, PMI Determination

MY CAREER ASPIRATIONS

I hope to continue to contribute to the field of forensics, by applying myself to improving the focus involved in conducting, using and benefiting from forensic research and facilitating the communication between researchers and end user. 

I am interested in working in Scientific Policy and Publishing.

PUBLICATIONS

Dagmar P. Heinrich, Amy E. Thornton, Ruth M. Morgan, and Noemie Bouhana (2013) An Analysis of Forensic Evidence used in the Prosecution of Terrorism Cases in Britain between 1972 and 2008. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 7(1): 96-108

CONFERENCES

International Crime Science Conference, British Library, London, UK, July 2012. Invited to present a research poster: Analysis of the effects of fire modification to the analysis of sharp force trauma in bone

International Conference Global Perspectives on Justice, Security and Human Rights, John Jay College, New York, USA, June 2012. Invited to present research poster: The use of forensic evidence in the prosecution of terrorism cases in Britain 1970-2010: an assessment of evidential value

AAFS 2012 Annual meeting, Global Research: The Forensic Science Edge, Atlanta, USA, February 2012

19th International Association of Forensic Sciences Triennial Meeting, Madeira, Portugal, September 2011                                                                          

National Security Conference, London, July 2011                                                

5th International Crime Science Conference, London, July 2011                          

19th International Association of Forensic Sciences Triennial Meeting, Madeira, Portugal, September 2011National Security Conference, London, July 20115th International Crime Science Conference, London, July 2011Counter Terrorism Expo, April 2011                                                                                                      

UCL Security and Crime Research Network Conference; December 2010 in London, UK (Organised)                                                                                              

5th European Security Research Conference, Ostend, Belgium, September 2010