Forensic And Crime Science Society
The Forensic and Crime Science (FACS) Society is a student-led society which is open to students at all levels from Foundation to PhD.
You do not need to have any forensic or policing experience to join the FACS Society, just a passion for forensics and crime scenes.
By becoming a member, you will recieve discounted prices to our events and occasionally free entry to events on campus. Also, you will be the first to know about the events we are doing.
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 Deneen 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 2020/21 we are planing to hold numerous events for all members, such as work shops, escape rooms, educational trips and so much more.
Come along see us at the Freshers fair and feel free to ask any questions!
Why join the FACS Society?
Joining the FACS Society will provide you not only knowledge and experience but it'll provide our support, help and guidance. You'll be meeting new people which you may find that they'll be your forever friend!
We like to keep up-to-date with our members by sharing and posting on our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn, click the links below to visit them and 'like' or 'follow' the pages to keep updated:
The Society Committee for the year is as follows:
Group Manager - Natalie Forester
Finance Officer - Jack Smith
Communications Officer - Tash Nayebjafar