Thursday, 25 April 2013

Police Forensics - 27 June 2013

Anyone interested in crime missed a very informative meeting last night if they weren't at Village Link when Martin Leadbetter spoke on The Forensics of Fingerprinting, its past, present and future. It has been known about since the 17th century but it wasn't until the turn of the last century that it was adoped by police forces across the world. Currently one in ten people in Britain have their fingerprints on file. They are used not just for establishing guilt but also innocence, identity and even for telling fakes from the real thing.

Our next meeting is on Thursday 17th October at 8pm when a representative from Paradise Park Broxbourne will speak on Breeding and Conservation.

Entry is £10 for a year's subscription or £4 for one meeting