Meet the Pulse CSI Team

We have some fantastic Forensic Associates who assist Pulse CSI with the delivery of our Forensic Science Workshops to schools throughout the country.   All of these professionals  have a wealth of skills in Forensic Science, Crime Scene Investigation, Criminology & Law and offer a wealth of experience in their chosen disciplines and I am very pleased and honoured to have them working with Pulse CSI on an ad-hoc basis and very much look forward to working with them all again throughout the next few years.

 

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I have worked with Jacqui Thompson of Pulse CSI for a number of years providing CSI workshops and presentations to schools, colleges, and businesses.  As a former Crime Scene Examiner, I found the delivering workshops to schools and colleges a great opportunity to develop an interest in Forensic Science. By using some of the techniques used at crime scenes to enable people to develop fingerprints, examine hair fibers even the youngest participants can be meaningfully engaged.

The opportunity for people to don crime scene suits and the various elements of protective clothing used, whilst examining their own crime scenes is always relished. Once dressed appropriately participants examine their own crime scenes with the opportunity to identify and recover evidence using genuine techniques. Following which they discuss which evidence offers the best opportunity for forensic exploitation.

These workshops offer an excellent opportunity to introduce people to the field of Forensic Science and offer instructors an opportunity to become involved with a completely different sphere, away from the routine crime scene examinations.

Neil Chadwick | Former Crime Scene Investigator

From working with Jacqui and Pulse Education, it is obvious to see that she is fully committed to offering the highest level of service to schools across the country.  Since joining, I have had the opportunity to assist in Forensic Science workshops, being offered new opportunities to take the lead with small groups of children, improving both my confidence and communication skills.

It is clear to see that Jacqui has an excellent rapport with children and staff alike and the workshops are always delivering above and beyond expectations.  The fast paced turnaround for workshops means that no two are the same and this provided me with the opportunity to improve both my collaborative and problem-solving skills as there is a constant need to adapt the workshops to suit the needs and space provided by the schools.
All in all, being part of the workshops is a unique career experience and working with Jacqui provides a true sense of accomplishment after watching the children leave the workshops completely engaged and interested in the world of forensic science.
Asha Patel | Criminology Graduate