Sarah Fieldhouse – Guest Quiz Master
Dr Sarah Fieldhouse is a Senior Lecturer and Postgraduate Research Lead for the School of Law, Policing and Forensics at Staffordshire University. Sarah joined the University in 2000 as an undergraduate student, studying for a degree in Criminology and Forensic Science. In 2003 she was awarded a scholarship to undertake her PhD research, which examined consistency and reproducibility in fingermark deposition and ‘in situ’ methods of latent fingermark development. In her academic role, she is responsible for the delivery of material relating to fingerprints and quantitative data analysis.
Sarah is an Associate Editor of Science and Justice, which is the peer reviewed journal of the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences and is an active researcher. She has published and presented her research internationally and has collaborated with the Centre for Applied Science and Technology (now part of DSTL, UK Home Office) and several major Police forces, including her role as a workstream lead for the Staffordshire Forensic Partnership, with Staffordshire Police. Her published research using 360-degree photogrammetric technology for crime scene documentation has led to collaborations with Stoke-on Trent City Council, scanning the local pottery kilns. Sarah currently manages collaborative projects with CopperTree Forensics, using light emitting diodes for body fluid detection, and a research partnership with identification experts at Yorkshire and the Humber Regional Identification Bureau, using creases and features of the back of the hand, fingers, and thumbs, for identification.
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