Homicide Timeline proves compelling for professionals

I have been busy recently presenting my homicide timeline research at a number of professional conferences and events. The response has been fantastic with professionals keen to use the findings which structure intimate partner homicide as an eight stage journey. Professionals, including police officers, probation officers and stalking specialists have been using it in their... Continue Reading →

Criminology students in our new crime house

  The forensic investigation courses have started at the University of Gloucestershire with the opening of the crime house. Policing and criminology students will be able to work in simulated crime scenes, learning practical and investigative skills. CCTV throughout the house allows lecturers to monitor student's progress. Students report that the infamous crime days continue... Continue Reading →

Conference to be re-scheduled

The launch event which was to be held on the 12th June is being re-scheduled. There are good reasons for this which include the major building works which are now to be started at the event location in the week of the planned event. We thank everyone for their interest and assure you the event... Continue Reading →


Q. When is a murder not a murder? A. When it is not recorded as such. I am currently working with three families who have suffered the loss of a daughter in circumstances which raised their suspicion about the cause of death. In all three cases the only person present at the time of death... Continue Reading →


Press release statement shared on behalf of the parents of Michael Hampshire. Inquest into the death of Mic Hampshire "Our beloved son Michael Hampshire was murdered by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan on Sunday the 17th May 2015. The inquest into his death was completed today and the Coroner returned a verdict of "Unlawful Killing".... Continue Reading →

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