eCrime Graduates & Placements
eCrime Graduates & Placements
Each year, AFENTIS FORENSICS recruits graduates and placement students who are passionate about a career in DIGITAL EVIDENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FORENSICS. Successful eCrime Graduates & Placements applicants will be given unique training and development opportunities, participate in ‘Best Practice’ Government Working Groups, Policy Debates, and...
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Forensic Examinations
Forensic Examinations
The discipline of identifying, preserving, and evaluating evidence found in a wide assortment of places, is the focus of forensic examinations.  Almost every interaction in life – from driving a car or using a mobile telephone, leaves behind traces.  Whether DNA, skin cells, cell site analysis, or data fragments on a computer – these ...
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Court Presentation
Court Presentation
A picture tells a thousand words… Animations and digital presentations can help convey complex evidence to a lay jury, providing understanding and insight to ensure evidence is brought to life! In its simplest form, we can take volumes of case papers, reports and witness statements and reproduce into a fully indexed and easily searchable DVD. Wh...
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Billing Records
Billing Records
The network provider can serve information, beyond normal billing records, relating to mobile handset utilisation which can be especially valuable in identifying usage, activity, patterns and the movements of a given mobile telephone handset. This information can be served in a variety of formats and due to the structure and complexity is typically...
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Fingerprint Evidence & Footprints
Fingerprint Evidence & Footprints
Fingerprint evidence identification, known as dactyloscopy, or hand print identification, is the process of comparing two instances of friction ridge skin impressions, from human fingers, the palm of the hand or even toes, to determine whether these impressions could have come from the same individual. The flexibility of friction ridge skin means t...
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Mobile Telephone Forensics
Mobile Telephone Forensics
Technological advances have created mobile communication devices and Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs), such as the iPhone and Blackberry, capable of making voice calls as well as browsing the Internet and accessing email. Whilst telephones devices can hold only a relatively small amount of data when compared to desktop computers, the results of m...
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Forensic Case Studies
Forensic Case Studies
Regularly instructed in the most high profile investigations and sensitive matters on the criminal and civil court circuits; a selection of forensic case studies and recent casework examples: ICC v K Sensitive proceedings in the International Criminal Court (Hague) relating to prominent international politician. R v KELAY Charged with conspiracy un...
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Cell Site Analysis
Cell Site Analysis
Cell Site Analysis (CSA) the science of reconstructing the physical movements of a mobile telephone or telecommunication device. The evidence produced from such advanced investigations can be especially powerful in attributing contact between individuals, proximity to a scene of crime, patterns of movement of suspects, and testing the strength of a...
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Computer Forensics
Computer Forensics
Almost every memo, spreadsheet and document is created on a computer. Whether it is a PC, Mac or Linux operating system, the computer forensics investigator must be able to identify, seize, collect and preserve electronic evidence. Tracing the digital footprint starts upon the seizure of potential electronic evidence by an experienced analyst. As e...
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CPD Lectures
CPD Lectures
Afentis Forensics is accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and also the Bar Standards Board to offer free CPD lectures and courses covering investigations and using forensic science to prepare for court proceedings. All CPD lectures provide Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits and are designed to bring textbook theory to li...
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Forensic Expert Witness
Forensic Expert Witness
A forensic expert witness should exemplify two qualities: 1) the capacity to understand specialist facts, issues and techniques, and 2) the ability to explain these in a straight-forward yet compelling manner. Analysts from AFENTIS FORENSICS excel in both qualities. Our forensic expert witness personnel are industry spceialists. Forensic capability...
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Indecent Images
Indecent Images
Almost every memo, spreadsheet and document is created on a computer. Whether it is a PC, Mac or Linux operating system, the computer forensics investigator must be able to identify, seize, collect and preserve electronic evidence in indecent images of children (IIoC) cases. ‘Child pornography’ – or possession/distribution of indecent images ...
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Leading investigation practice, providing sophisticated analysis of computers, telecommunication and mobile telephone evidence, call record mapping and cell site analysis (CSA), litigation support through e-Discovery, indecent imagery (Operation Ore), and audio-visual exhibit assessments. Certified analysts are available to assist in drug evaluations, toxicology assessments, DNA profiling, cell site analysis, fingerprint comparisons, firearm or ballistic studies, and the review of questioned documents.

Our analysts are regularly instructed in the most high profile and sensitve cases acting as forensic scientist & cell site analysis expert witness, trial consultants, and single joint experts (SJE) in both civil and criminal proceedings.