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Copyright

This website is protected by copyright. Permission is given for the downloading and temporary storage of one or more of these pages to view on a personal computer or monitor. The reproduction, permanent storage, or retransmission of the contents of this website is prohibited without the prior written consent of Lancashire Forensic Science Academy [LFSA]. For permission to reproduce any of the contents of this website please contact enquiries@lfsa.co.uk

Unless otherwise stated all contents of this website are copyright of LFSA.

Lancashire Forensic Science Academy

Saunders Lane

Hutton, Preston, Lancashire

PR4 5SD

 

Links

Any links to third-party websites are provided solely for your convenience. We have no control over the content of such websites and accordingly make no representation concerning the content of those sites to you nor make any endorsement of any of them. We have not tested any content, software features or links found on their sites and do not give any representation regarding their quality, safety, suitability, or reliability of any of the material contained in them.

 

Disclaimer

Please note that telephone and other connection charges may apply to your use of this website. For details of such charges, you should contact your telephone company and internet service provider.

The information contained in this website may include opinions or views which, unless expressly stated otherwise, are not those of LFSA. This website is maintained in line with high levels of security, however, due to digital crime and advanced methodology often used in cyberattacks, it is not guaranteed viewing this website is free from any so-called computer viruses and it is strongly recommended that you check for such viruses before downloading it to your computer equipment.

The information and other contents of this website are designed to comply with International Standards and good practices.

This website shall be governed by and construed under UK law and all parties irrevocably submit to the jurisdiction of the UK courts. If anything on this website is construed as being contrary to the laws applicable in any other country, then this website is not intended to be accessed by persons from that country and any persons who are subject to such laws shall not be entitled to purchase our products unless they can satisfy us that such purchase would be lawful.

 

About us

LFSA is a collaboration between the University of Central Lancashire, Lancashire Constabulary and the Police and Crime Commissioner and is based in Hutton, Preston, Lancashire in England. 

 

Liability

Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure that the information provided on this website is correct at the time of writing it is not possible to provide any guarantee of accuracy. LFSA does not accept responsibility or liability to any person for loss or damage suffered as a consequence of their placing reliance upon the information. You should make appropriate queries before placing any reliance upon or taking any action on such information. By so placing reliance or taking action you accept that you do so at your own risk.

 

Accessibility

LFSA cares for the experience it provides to its’ customers, partners, students and the public through website services and content. The main LFSA website is continuously developed, updated, and redesigned to provide the highest level of user experience and constantly optimising its content to answer the needs, wants and questions of people. The commitment to excellence is engraved in the mind of individuals who contribute to the website therefore it is important to the Academy that our users have the abilities to view the larger text on their screens by adjusting their screen settings, to navigate easily through the website using a keyboard or/and mouse, to be able to view videos and listen to some audio content as well as a change to their preferences the contrast and/or brightness levels. Additionally, the main website that presents the profile and portfolio of the LFSA can be viewed by using mobile devices such as tablets, phones, laptops, and other smartphone devices as alternatives to traditional desktop PCs.