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2020, A Year in Review

2020, A Year in Review

The team has been very busy over the last few months with lots of work going on behind the scenes despite the challenges of 2020. We are looking forward to the New Year with projects like our PodCast, TV Series, bringing new Education Partners Online, collaborative...

No Body Murders and Helen’s Law

No Body Murders and Helen’s Law

In this week's blog Jessica talks about her masters degree and her research into ‘No Body Murders’ and Helens Law When a murder is committed and the location of the victim’s body is concealed by the offender, it poses a number of unique challenges to investigators,...

How Our Students and Universities Fit The Puzzle

How Our Students and Universities Fit The Puzzle

In this weeks blog Kirsty explores her university PhD work and how this fits in with the work of Locate International. In 2018, I began my PhD which explores how cold cases, or unsolved murders, are managed and investigated by police forces in England. Although there...

Living With The Missing

Living With The Missing

“It is extremely important for the families of missing people that the police are seen to be taking the case seriously. The family is bound by their duty to do everything they can to find the missing person…” (p36, Living in Limbo: The experiences of, and impacts on,...

Community and Talent

Community and Talent

One of the founding principles of Locate has always been to involve the community and develop talent. We have built a comprehensive program alongside our university partners to harness the potential of young people in the investigative field. However, it’s not just...

Damien Nettles Case Update

Damien Nettles Case Update

On Wednesday, several bones were found in a garden of a property in Cowes, Isle of Wight. A senior Police Crime Scene Manager has viewed the images and has concluded that they are non-human. Whenever there is a discovery like this, especially in an area where there is...