This module aims for students to undertake an independent and original investigation, experimental or practical-based, relating to a specific area of the syllabus. The research project undertaken will identify a novel area of research within the students employing police force and will aim to confer innovative and transformational application to their specialist field.
At a glance
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- Duration5 days
- LocationCranfield campus
What you will learn
On successful completion of this course, you should be able to:
- Write a research project plan, with aims, objectives, risk assessment and time line (Gantt chart).
- Identify novel areas of research and devise optimal experimental solutions to forensic related problems
- Investigate new and original investigative techniques investigation through the use of an experimental programme and illustrate how they may impact on criminal/civil investigation.
- Combine information from different sources (journals, internet, interview, court proceedings etc.), whilst being aware of the possibility of bias.
- Critically evaluate the results of experimental work; especially in the light of other published work in that area should it be available.
- Research ethics
- Project planning
- Synthesis of literature review
- Experimental design and research methods
- Data analysis
- Referencing and bibliographies
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