CSI and STEM Workshops

Building Blocks

Our famed forensic, crime and security workshops are organised in easily digestible 1.5 hour “blocks” that focus on a specific subject area within these disciplines.

These can be booked individually, or together to form a more comprehensive half-day or full-day session (and even paired with excursions!)

(Most) ages welcome.

Content for each block is tailored to any age group, 11 and above (our eldest student was 90 — participating as part of a community-based class).

The curriculum that underpins these sessions therefore varies substantially in terms of taught material and our practical component.


If you’d like us to send you our catalogue — with more information about how to book a workshop of your choice — please drop us a line. We’d be delighted to hear about what your school, institution, museum or business is planning.

You asked. We answered. Curious?

We’re firmly not a party-focused CSI workshop company where learning is incidental. Our sessions are underpinned by curricula developed by specialists and researchers in each subject area — clarified for students or a general audience, and of course, made remarkably memorable. We’re serious about our subject — but also emphasise the immensely practical nature of the subject to ensure that audiences of all ages are engaged and inspired.

Send us an enquiry and we’d be delighted to send you a comprehensive list of all our session titles. We have nearly 20 forensic, crime and security science-focused STEM workshops available to select. These can be neatly paired with excursions in London and New York City.

Our workshop prices are listed in our catalogue. Enquire to receive a copy of our block session subjects and titles and their rates. Rates vary according to group size, as more equipment is needed to accommodate larger groups.

We work with students ages 11 and above. Content and curricula varies among these groups, of course. Contact us to find out what topics we’ll be covering where your group is concerned.

Our sessions are easily tailored to complement your GCSE, BTEC, A-Level or IB science curriculum (this is one of the reasons we’ve become such a staple across classrooms in the UK and EU). Ensure that you mention this when reaching out to us, so that we can help you select a session(s) that meets your needs.

Our team works from our office in Bedford Square, London — and you’re always welcome to stop by for a coffee. We deliver our sessions in several venues across London and New York. In certain cases, we’re happy to travel to you.

What else sets us apart? Every facilitator is a qualified forensic, crime or security specialist with post-graduate credentials. We only hire from top-tier universities, and have a special affiliation with University College London’s prestigious Jill Dando Institute.

Absolutely. We’ve designed interactive crime scenes for art installations, coded apps for museum exhibitions and delivered science festivals for over five thousand people. There’s no enquiry too big, small or strange.

I cannot praise [you] highly enough. [The workshops] were superb with the right amount of talk and practical activities. The students, (and the staff), thoroughly enjoyed themselves.

Simon Whitehead, Head of Science (Skinners Kent Academy) at Benenden SchoolChemistry at Work Event

An infectious energy at the Royal Institution this afternoon. Top session on cryptography.

Paul Maltby, Director of Data, UK Cabinet OfficeAccenture Girls in STEM Conference

Forensic Outreach has run workshops [here] for the last 3 years running... The feedback from the students has been extremely positive with all the workshops oversubscribed. I would have no hesitation in recommending them for inspiring pupil’s interest in the senior school.

John Hutchinson, Director of ScienceWallington County Grammar School

Over the years, these workshops have consistently proven the most popular... the content is interesting, informative and entertaining. We have found the staff to be very professional, enthusiastic and great ambassadors for the profession – we wouldn’t run our science careers events without them.

Dr Beverley Crooks, Widening Participation OfficeBrunel University