About the Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic Science
The Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic Science (LRCFS) is funded by the Leverhulme Trust.
We are an interdisciplinary research team, the largest in the UK, dedicated to the improvement of the robustness and quality of the science underpinning evidence presented within the criminal and civil courts
LRCFS is a ten-year £10 Million project with the remit to disrupt positively the current forensic science ecosystem. We set aside conventional siloed ways of thinking, embrace new opportunities from across the broad academic research and industry landscape and work with practitioners from the crime scene to the court room to explore new ways of resolving old challenges and develop future opportunities. We drive innovation that enables reliable science to be used in the delivery of justice.
The Centre has a vibrant, dynamic and agile team blending, public engagement, statistics, natural sciences, social sciences and legal domains together to solve real world problems.
Senior Management Team
|Linzi Wilson-Wilde||Honorary Fellow|
|Eva Ljungkvist||Honorary Fellow|
|Ali Ross||Honorary Fellow|
|Keith Inman||Honorary Fellow|
|Laura Lindenfeld||Honorary Fellow|
|Dr Nick Carey||Honorary Fellow|
|Paul Reedy||Honorary Fellow|
|Dr Sheila Willis||Honorary Fellow|
|Dr Grant Thomson||Honorary Fellow|
|Mike Galloway||Honorary Fellow|