Inside Justice welcomes four new Trustees
(Posted on 28/04/22)Share:
Jo Millington BSc (Hons) MSc PGCert MIABPA MCSFS is an experienced and accomplished forensic scientist, committed to delivering high quality forensic science and presenting a robust and balanced evaluation of scientific evidence to the court. She is currently Director of Millington Hingley Ltd where she delivers forensic science expertise within a range of contexts across the Criminal Justice System (prosecution and defence), research, academia and training. She previously worked within the Specialist Forensic Services division of the Metropolitan Police Service, the Forensic Science Service (London) and in the private forensic science sector; and over her 25+ years’ experience has been involved in the forensic investigation of hundreds of major and critical incidents.
Jo is committed to engagement and knowledge transfer and holds honorary academic positions at several UK universities. She is a Forensic Advisor to the media, which includes projects such as the BBC Conviction series, which followed the work of Inside Justice, Des, White House Farm and she is currently on the Silent Witness team. She has been an expert member of our Advisory Panel for several years and is looking forward to the opportunity to build her role as a Trustee of Inside Justice.
Kristiina Reed LLM is a barrister with 20 years practice prosecuting and defending serious and complex matters before the criminal courts and professional regulatory tribunals.
She has a specialist interest in forensic DNA evidence and the legal, regulatory and ethical frameworks surrounding its use within the criminal justice system. Kristiina is a guest lecturer at Kings College, London and has been invited as a guest speaker on the subject of forensic DNA evidence at international conferences and symposia.
Kristiina is a former Executive Committee member of the British Academy of Forensic Sciences and remains actively involved in its educational and training programme. She is also a member of the Inner Temple Bar Liaison Committee and the Inner Temple Pegasus Trust Committee.
Jessica Ritchie is a criminology lecturer at the University of Leicester. Her research focuses on criminal law, evidence law, and forensic evidence (particularly DNA evidence). She is admitted as a lawyer in Australia and has worked in academia and crime prevention. Jessica has volunteered for wrongful conviction and miscarriage of justice organisations for over 10 years.
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