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Federal funding boosts forensics research

June 18th, 2018

A research project aimed at creating the next generation of Australian forensic experts has received a funding boost from the Federal Government.

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Forensic students tackle mock murder exercise

July 14th, 2016

Students were given a murder scenario before arriving at the scene

Murdoch University forensic science students have gained valuable crime scene experience with the help of dead pigs.

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Research by Murdoch students helps police address crime

June 14th, 2016

Murdoch students Rebecca Moore (left) and Ashley-Marie Walters interned with WA Police

Murdoch University criminology students have been helping WA Police tackle crime while gaining invaluable work experiences during three-month long internships.

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WA Police Commissioner visits ‘improving’ Rumble

October 22nd, 2015

Pictured with Rumble, from left to right: Dr Claire Sharp, Assistant Commissioner Kellie Properjohn, Commissioner Karl O

One of the most popular animals ever to be treated at Murdoch University’s Veterinary Hospital – Rumble the police dog – is responding well to treatment.

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Students have their say in drug campaign

May 7th, 2014

Students in Murdoch's Graduate Screen Program lent their expertise to support the WA Police's latest campaign against drugs in WA.

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