Forensic And Crime Science Society

The Forensic and Crime Science Society (FACS) is a student-led society which is open to all!

You don't have to any forensic or policing experience to join FACS. You can pay now online, or at the Ember Lounge on the Stoke Campus.

The Student Led Conference has taken place every year for the past few years and has been a massive success. In previous years we have been extremely lucky to have Deenen Hernandez presenting who works within the Cryptanalysis department for the FBI! Also, this gives Level 6 students an opportunity to showcase their research project that they have been completing throughout the year. 

For 2018-19, we are kicking off with a stall at Freshers Fair, where we will be advertising our upcoming events, which include our Cluedo Give It A Go Session, and many more. 

We keep up-to-date with all our members by sharing and posting on our Facebook, Twitter & Instagram pages, click the links below to visit them and 'like' or 'follow' the pages to keep updated:

https://www.facebook.com/FACSStaffs

https://twitter.com/FACSStaffs

https://www.instagram.com/facs_staffs1/

 

In the past, the FACS Society has primarily been forensics. This year we are hoping to gain a diverse range of members, including but not limited to Policing, Computer Forensics, Forensic Psychology and many more.

If you have any questions, please contact us on facssociety.staffsuni@hotmail.com

The 2018-19 Committee Members are:

Aimee Girdham - President 

Ange Wilson - Communications Officer

Nat Wells- Finance Officer

 

The 2018-19 Sub-Committee Members are:

Mampz Kaur

Hattie Meigh

Dani Chew