A quiet week – but new material on the book website

Posted on October 27, 2009. Filed under: 1 | Tags: , , , , , |

A fit of conscience overtook me today – having spent the last couple of weeks working on a contract with the University of Ulster (I’m helping to rewrite their distance learning module on Forensic Science and Crime Scene Science) and negotiating my Visiting Academic title, I suddenly remembered that I’ve been neglecting the book website. A new set of exercises for Chapter 3 is, therefore, online. (See http://www.digital-forensics.org.uk/ for more)

Meanwhile – life as an independent is getting interesting. Planning of training courses has moved on and it looks like November will see the start of the first one (on seizure and handling). Calls about the regulator’s proposals are also arriving and my concerns about how to demonstrate “fitness for purpose” no longer seem to be unique to me. There are ways of doing this, but it will required the industry as a whole to get behind the project and agree the mechanisms properly.

And finally – something I can’t talk about – but it’s an interesting one. When this “secret squirrel” job is over, I might hint at some of the details.

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