Police, Camera, Murder focuses on the fascinating role digital forensics plays in modern murder investigations.
With unprecedented access to Greater Manchester Police (GMP) and Lancaster Police murder squads, we go behind-the-scenes of some of the most complex Category A murder investigations in the country.
Tonight, Greater Manchester Police discover the cellophane-wrapped corpse of Beverley Scott and embark on the hunt for a suspected serial killer after Philip Barraclough is also found dead. Cassie, Beverley’s daughter, admits to stabbing her mother but claims self defence. Can officers unpick her story using digital forensics and prove that she is lying?
Meanwhile in Nelson Lancashire, Ishrat Ahmed, has been viciously attacked with an axe on the doorstep of her family home, and her husband Afaq lies seriously injured.
Lancashire digital forensics officers unlock social media data and analyse smartphones and CCTV to discover how social media drove an otherwise law-abiding nurse to carry out the frenzied attack on Ishrat and her husband.
Police, Camera, Murder – Tuesday at 9.00pm on ITV.
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