The need for an evolving RFPS methodology

The rise of digital forensic methodologies over the last 20 years, has been in response to an environment where the volume of data available to investigators has grown exponentially. Criminals have weaponised technology taking advantage of both its availability and technology’s ubiquitous role in all our lives. For example, in 2007 – an iPhone 1 […]

The Forensic Science Regulator’s Code of Practice 2023

What does regulation of working with communications and cell site data mean for me and my organisation? In a positive development for policing and criminal justice, the Forensic Science Regulator’s Statutory Code of Practice was approved by both houses of Parliament in February and March and will now come into force on the 2nd of October […]

Technology and collaboration are key to tackle drug lines

a person in a hoodie with a mobile phone looking at a laptop

A joint report by Crest Advisory and Forensic Analytics has found that renewed focus on those exploited by organised crime gangs (OCGs) and the technology used can result in better outcomes in the fight against county lines crime. Other key findings include: Mobile technology has been a key enabler of the ‘how’ of county lines […]

White Paper: LIMSRV

In his latest white paper, Martin Griffiths, Managing Director of Forensic RF provides an exhaustive explanation of what the Modem State LIMSRV is and describes how it should be interpreted. The paper offers reassurance to RF technicians that have seen this state within their evidential RF readings and have been uncertain what it means and […]