Areas of expertise
- Gun Technologies
Bailey has a BSc in Forensic Science (Laurentian University, Sudbury, Canada), as well as being the first civilian student to be awarded a certificate in Forensic Identification, also at Laurentian University. She completed an MSc in Forensic Ballistics (Cranfield University, Shrivenham, UK) in 2018. During both her BSc and MSc, Bailey undertook primary thesis research, with both studies being published in academic journals upon completion. Previous research was focused on ballistic trauma to bone and synthetic bone. Current research focuses on obliterations on illicit weapons, toolmark analysis and weapons intelligence.
Articles In Journals
- Henwood B, Hazael R & Hewins K (2022) Serial number recovery techniques on steel plates; Fry’s reagent and eddy current technology. In: 32nd International Symposium on Ballistics, Reno, Nevada, 9-13 May 2022.