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Metropolitan Police Service selects Forensic Analytics for cell site analysis software

Metropolitan Police Service

The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) has this week signed a major multi-year IT contract with Forensic Analytics. The new partnership will bring Forensic Analytics’ industry-leading software, training and support to the largest police service in the UK. Designed by experts, the Cell Site Analysis Suite (CSAS) family of products provides fast, accurate and evidential communications… Read more »

Hosting a visit from the Kenyan Revenue Authority

Visitors from the Kenyan Revenue Authority

We were pleased to host a visit from three representatives of the Kenyan Revenue Authority (KRA) this month. Gilbert Matali, Noah Kilagu and Eric Njoroge joined us to gain a better understanding of the operation of fixed and cellular networks, how billing works and how to interpret billing data. This newly acquired knowledge will enable… Read more »

CSAS v2.5 with new Intel Mode brings you unrivalled functionality

CSAS v2.5 with Intel Mode

The release of CSAS Desktop v2.5 brings law enforcement agencies innovative new functionality including: – Intel Mode: a game-changing additional option for extracting additional events from source data in a coherent and robust manner – New ‘send to map’ options in Data Browser and Analytics – Collaboration Server updates facilitating case and client name changes… Read more »

Hannah Ainley receives Commendation from West Yorkshire Police

Hannah Ainley receives commendation from West Yokrshire Police

Many congratulations to our Customer Account Manager, Hannah Ainley, who has received a Commendation from her former employer. Awarded in recognition of Hannah’s work as an Analyst for West Yorkshire Police, the Head of Department Commendation reads: Operation Fablebank was a firearms discharge which occurred on the 19th March 2018 in the Bradford area. The… Read more »

CSAS analysis integral to crash-for-cash fraud prosecution

Car damamged in a crash

Hardeep Dehal, a serving Metropolitan Police officer, has been found guilty of planning to fraudulently claim £18,415 in a staged crash-for-cash with a Tesco delivery van. He was sentenced to 30 months’ immediate custody at Southwark Crown Court on 24 July 2019. Tesco delivery driver Raiyaan Anwar also admitted the offence, which took place on… Read more »