The University of Sunderland is launching the BSc in Forensic Computing to teach students the latest technologies that are being used to help catch criminals. The four-year degree will give students a grounding in the advanced technologies used by modern-day police forces. They will also do placements at Northumbria Police, West Midlands Police, the Harperley Hall Police training centre for Scene of Crime Officers, and at local organisations such as the Northumbria Coalition Against Crime to find out how theory is put into action…
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