Broughty Ferry 1912, a wealthy single woman is found murdered in her hallway. But who was Jean Milne and what do we know about this Tayside town that might help understand more about how she lived and what may have led to her murder? In this episode, we return to the witness statements from the time to understand more about Jean Milne and her life in and around Dundee in 1912. Commander Dave McLaren from the Metropolitan Police Service and Crime Scene Manager Helen Ireland explain why a broader understanding of the victim is important to any investigation and how digital forensics can play a role today.
You can find further discussion and resources for the podcast on Facebook or at the Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic Science.
The readings were by Mark Stephen, Dan Holland, Roy Templeton, Lynsey Moyes and Charles Quinnell. The series is narrated by Pennie Latin, the researcher was Heather Doran (Public Engagement Manager at the LRCFS) consultant Pauline Mack (Learning technologist at the LRCFS).
Inside Forensic Science is an Adventurous Audio Ltd production for the Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic Science at the University of Dundee and was funded by The Leverhulme Trust.
|Type||Inside Forensic Science|
|Media of output||Podacst|
|Publisher||University of Dundee|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|