- PGCert (University of Lincoln)
- MA (University of Oxford)
- MSc (King's College London)
- PhD (University of Lincoln)
I am a Senior Lecturer in Forensic Science and Programme Director for the BSc (Hons) Forensic Science programme. I have over 15 years experience of teaching in Higher Education and teach across a range of subjects including fingerprints, trace evidence, quality assurance, drugs and analytical chemistry.
My main research interest is latent fingermarks and studying their chemistry to derive information about the person who left them or developing and evaluating new enhancement techniques. I also have interests in drugs of abuse, trace evidence and pedagogy in forensic science.
Animals can assign novel odours to a known category
Wright, H. F., Wilkinson, A., Croxton, R. S., Graham, D. K., Harding, R. C., Hodkinson, H. L., …Zulch, H. E. (2017). Animals can assign novel odours to a known category. Scientific reports, 7(1), https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-09454-0
An investigation of Digoxin by Cyclic Voltammetry using Gold and Silver Solid Electrodes and Chemometric Analysis
Bellia, G., Corrall, H., Baron, M., Croxton, R., & Gonzalez-Rodriguez, J. (2017). An investigation of Digoxin by Cyclic Voltammetry using Gold and Silver Solid Electrodes and Chemometric Analysis. International Journal of Electrochemical Science, 12, 3050-3062. https://doi.org/10.20964/2017.04.60
Chemometric Study on the Forensic Discrimination of Soil Types Using Their Infrared Spectral Characteristics
Baron, M., Gonzalez-Rodriguez, J., Croxton, R., Gonzalez, R., & Jimenez-Perez, R. (2011). Chemometric Study on the Forensic Discrimination of Soil Types Using Their Infrared Spectral Characteristics. Applied Spectroscopy, 65(10), 1151-1161. https://doi.org/10.1366/10-06197