Bedfordshire Police building the next generation

Bedfordshire Police teamed up with Luton Sixth Form College to inspire students
from the criminology department on new approach of detectives and forensic
scientists.

According to Luton Sixth Form College Principal, Altar Hussain, “…the weekly
sessions with specialists from Bedfordshire Police are part of Criminology course. …
Thank you to everyone involved for making this experience possible. We are really
excited to develop this partnership further”.

Bedfordshire Police Acting Chief Constable Trevor Rodenhurst indicated that “…the
set-up and enthusiasm of everyone at the college was excited to explore ways Beds
Police could work with LSFC”

“This a great initiative which will benefit the students, and hopefully encourage some
of them to consider joining Bedfordshire Police in the future.”, he indicated. Detective
Chief Inspector Ryan Brammer has praised the initiative to exchange with students
around criminal investigation and a career in policing.

The presentations were based on a various of subjects including how detectives
cracked cases which have appeared on Channel 4’s 24 Hours in Police Custody,
while Scenes of Crimes Officers from Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and
Hertfordshire’s Joint Protective Services have given inputs on recovering evidence.

If you think you have what it takes for a career in policing, or to find out more
visit their website (https://orlo.uk/kxTxU) or check out the courses on offer here at LSFC https://orlo.uk/YErW3

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