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Scenes of Crime


Ken Wells

11 December 2009

2:30pm at Newbury Town Hall

Forensic science has revolutionised the work of police forces, uncovering evidence that make it far more difficult to get away with a serious crime. It is even being used to re-open cases from many years old. But it's not all Waking the Dead, Cold Case, and CSI. Come along and hear how its really done.


Ken Wells is curator of the Thames Valley Police Museum in Sulhampstead. As a former scenes-of-crime officer and a highly entertaining speaker he is the ideal person to talk on this subject.
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