Citizens' Jury

About this activity

Our Citizens' Jury plays a major role in influencing and supporting the way in which forensic science research is planned, conducted and communicated. It is made up of representatives from members of the public from Dundee and the surrounding areas.

The Citizens' Jury works in partnership with other members of the public, our researchers and some of our stakeholders (these include the judiciary, forensic scientists and the police) to help us plan our research and to aid in the communication of forensic science to the public.

The recruitment for the Jury is now closed but we plan to reopen the opportunity to others each summer. A term on the Jury will last 12 - 18 months. 

Further details about the Citizens' Jury can be found in the Citizens' Jury role description. 

The position is voluntary but training and support will be provided, and all travel and out-of-pocket expenses will be reimbursed.

Instructions

Further details about the Citizens' Jury can be found in the Citizens' Jury  role description. 

Recruitment is currently closed but we plan to re-open the opportunity in summer 2020.

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