CDR Processing & Interpretation

  • 5 half days
  • Trainers:
    June Woodland,
    Susie Baldison,
    Hayley Buckley
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This course has been designed to improve the practitioner skillset in dealing with raw communications data by providing an in-depth exploration of the value and relevance of communications data, how cellular networks operate and how and where call detail records (CDRs) are captured. Instruction is given on the meaning and relevance of CDR fields and explore the investigative benefits that an understanding of the data can provide. Current CDR formats are examined in detail and exercises are undertaken that offer practical experience of the concepts and techniques required to process (or ‘cleanse’) and normalise CDRs into a standardised format ready for analysis.

An optional extra day can be added, which includes additional practical experience of processing (or cleansing) and normalising CDRs.

This course has been developed and is delivered by telecommunication experts and former Intelligence Analysts with deep practical experience of communications data and manual CDR cleansing.

Accredited by City & Guilds: Passing this course offers an externally recognised qualification in CDR processing and interpretation.

FSR Requirements: The content of this course is designed to support the technical knowledge and competence requirements specified for cell site analysis for geo-location as per Section 83 and 110 of the Forensic Science Regulator (FSR) Code of Practice.

Pre-Requisites:

Obligatory
• Existing experience of Microsoft Excel.

Note: Delegates will be unable to complete this course without the above pre-requisites.

17th – 20th June 2024
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  • Live Online
  • 4 mornings 9am-3pm Live Online
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