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CSAS analysis helps to secure murder conviction

Tina Cantello

A cocaine addict who murdered a debt collector ‘to fund a drugs purchase’ when she visited him to collect some money has been jailed for life. Geoffrey Hutton, 38, killed 49-year-old Tina Cantello (pictured left) at his home in Langdon Hills, Essex, in June. She was stabbed 30 times in the unprovoked attack. Although Hutton… Read more »

CSAS Desktop v2.3.1 released

CSAS testimonial

We’re pleased to announce that CSAS Desktop v2.3.1 is now available. This is a significant release and includes over 50 updates and additions to the software. Highlights include: – The facility to add comments to call rows in Data Browser & Case Outputs templates – Parsing updates for new formats and new features – Stability… Read more »

CSAS analysis helps to convict dangerous driver

Tauqir Khan

A company director has been sentenced to eight months in prison after lying to police in an attempt to dodge a number of speeding offences. Tauqir Khan, 47, of Devonport Gardens, Ilford, was found guilty of perverting the course of justice after a three day trial at Inner London Crown Court.  He was sentenced on… Read more »

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Join our team

Account Management & Business Development Executive Would you like to develop your career with us? Due to our recent rapid expansion, with phenomenal sales of our CSAS, CDAN and CDAN Nexus products, we need a new team member to work directly with our law enforcement clients and partners in a business development/customer relationship management role… Read more »

When is a lat/long not a lat/long? Find out in Joe Hoy’s new blog…

Latitude and longitude

We’re all familiar with latitude and longitude coordinates – they’re spat out of satnavs and consumed by Google maps and we’ve come to trust that lat/long coordinates will always accurately pinpoint a location on the Earth; but what if there are circumstances in which lat/longs can’t be entirely trusted? Director Joe Hoy explains how different… Read more »