Forensic science regulation – the role of policing in meeting forensic science regulator requirements
November 29 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pmFree
In this session, Forensic Science Regulator Gary Pugh, NPCC Forensic Lead Chief Constable Nick Dean, and the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) Accreditation Director Lorraine Turner will consider:
– the Forensic Science Regulator Act 2021 and the legal requirements
– the need for leadership to achieve and maintain compliance with the statutory code across all forensic science activities
– the role of senior accountable individual
– demonstrating compliance via UKAS accreditation
(this is a joint session with Chief Officers).
This free-of-charge, 1.5hour session is scheduled to run from 3:00pm until 4:30pm on Tuesday 29th November 2022, and will be hosted on Microsoft Teams.
This event is for Superintendents, Chief Superintendents (and police staff equivalents), and those who have attended or are registered to attend any of the following qualifying events: Aspire Leadership Development Programme, Career Pathways Workshop, and the Senior Leaders Development Centre. To avoid disappointment please do not register for the event if you are not eligible to attend.
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