CCTV - VIDEO - IMAGE ANALYSIS
Digital imagery is a powerful evidence type that can often be key in court proceedings, providing visual evidence in a way that no other evidence can. This service includes expert opinion, enhancement, event analysis, highlighting and subtitling, comparison, authentication and verification and compiling of court compilations.
AUDIO ENHANCEMENT & VOICE COMPARISON
Due to the proliferation of devices with recording capability, audio evidence is commonplace. The quality of recording is often poor, requiring analysis and enhancement for it to become useful evidence. This service includes enhancement, voice analysis and comparison, editing of interview recordings, disguising of voices, speed correction, transfer of formats, repair of damaged mediums and transcriptions of audio recordings.
The computer is used day to day in both domestic and professional situations potentially making it the most evidence rich item in a case. This type of analysis is usually associated with cases involving child pornography or hacking, however it can be highly valuable in cases that have no obvious relevance to technology, such as murder,corporate investigations, kidnap, rape and robbery.
MOBILE PHONE INVESTIGATION
The use of mobile phones has become universal and with smartphones capturing more and more information about our day to day activity, the phone is a useful exhibit in any case. The geographical location of a phone at a particular point in time can also be invaluable in a case. We can analyse data records to establish the proximity to one or more mobile network mast.
The future of crime scene investigation
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