Tracy Alexander FKL
Fellow of King's College London
- Lecturer - MSc Forensic Science
- PhD Supervisor - International Forensics, Wildlife Trafficking theme
- Lead - City of London Police accredited fingerprint lab
- Disaster Victim Identification Co-ordinator, UK Home Office
- President of the British Academy of Forensic Sciences
- Director of Forensic Services, City of London Police
Tracy Alexander is a Fellow of King's College London, a Lecturer on the MSc Forensic Science, a PhD supervisor for the International Forensics, Wildlife Trafficking theme and the lead for the City of London Police (CoLP) accredited fingerprint lab housed in King's Forensics under a strategic partnership.
Tracy began her career in forensic investigation in 1992 at New Scotland Yard and her current role is Director of Forensic Services for CoLP. She is an advisory panel member and Trustee of Inside Justice and the current President of the British Academy of Forensic Sciences. She has worked in forensic science for 28 years, spending 17 years within the Directorate of Forensic Services at New Scotland Yard as Crime Scene Manager for the Homicide Command and latterly as Head of Forensic Intelligence. As case review specialist at LGC Forensics she headed the cold case investigation unit working on many high profile cases. She is now a Trustee and Advisory Panel Member of Inside Justice and a Forensic lead in the fight against international wildlife crime. King’s Forensics and CoLP have enjoyed a successful research collaboration over many years, currently focusing on wildlife crime. The placement of CoLP fingerprint lab in the Franklin Wilkins Building is the direct result of this successful relationship.
As the UK Disaster Victim Identification Co-ordinator for the Home Office, Tracy will be testing and developing the UK response to mass fatalities both nationally and internationally in readiness for deployment should that be required