Discover our new look training

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There’s more than one way to discover evidence. Forensic Analytics have an experienced team of trainers who train around 3,000 LEA every year in the use of Communications Data, Digital Investigations, CSAS, RF surveying and other digital media techniques such as the use of GPRS & WIFI. Following the successful launch of CSAS V3 we are […]

Organisation Interoperability

Our CTO Luke Morgan discusses interoperability, a hot topic in policing, in a piece originally written for techUK. Interoperability between IT systems in policing has become a hot topic for several reasons, reflecting the evolving nature of law enforcement, technology, and the challenges faced by modern societies. Not least of all, is that today all […]

The Digital Witness. Download our Evidential Wording and Guidance

In recent years there has been a transformation in the approach of officers and analysts to the job of investigating a wide range of crime types, and commensurate increases in success rates and efficiency. What has driven this change is the recognition that all crime has a digital footprint; seeking out the “digital witness” present […]

CSAS V3 just got even better

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We are delighted to announce that the latest version of CSAS V3 has been released today. CSAS V3.9 has enhanced functionality and new features which will transform your work, allowing your team to collaborate with colleagues on more cases in real time. CSAS V3.9 will help you work faster and smarter to solve problems and […]

Forensic Analytics to attend IACP

We are exhibiting at IACP 2022

Forensic Analytics is delighted to be participating in the International Association of Chiefs of Policing (IACP) Conference in Dallas, Texas on 15th- 18th October. We are attending as part of the UK’s Defence & Security Exports Delegation and will be holding an exhibition stand within their pavilion. Details of operational successes in the fight against […]

Forensic Analytics receive Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation

Lord Lieutenant of Hertfordshire presents commemorative bowl to Forensic Analytics Chief Executive Steve Rick.

Letchworth-based Forensic Analytics has been recognised for the impact and significance of its work within the digital forensics arena after receiving the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation from the Lord Lieutenant of Hertfordshire in a ceremony at Hitchin Priory. The company, which was founded in 2013 by three highly committed engineers – Andrew Hausler, Joe […]