Forensic Radio Frequency Propagation Surveys

  • New course
  • 10 days
  • Trainers:
    Dave Cutts,
    Helen Easterbrook,
    Paul Kilby,
    Martin Griffiths
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The timely collection of digital evidence provides the investigator and court with ground truth data. The delivery of clear, concise, and confident witness testimony in the courtroom is vitally important in the effective presentation of evidence and ensuring witness credibility.

This course has been designed to enhance practitioner understanding of Radio Frequency Propagation Surveys (RFPS) and the practical skillset to undertake surveys and present survey results.

Topics include the cellular architecture, cellular and Wi-Fi generations, and the planning, deployment, and coverage objectives of mobile network operators.

The course explores the principles of Radio Frequency Propagation Surveys and techniques, including the integrity of and the reliance that can be placed on the collected data.

Instruction is also given on the preparation of intelligence and evidential standard RFPS reports. A full day on the presentation of evidence in the courtroom, delivered by an experienced Barrister, will improve courtroom confidence by providing an understanding of the theory, process, and practice of delivering witness testimony with an emphasis on clear and concise presentation of evidence, and key insights into the tactics and techniques used by Defence Lawyers.

The theory is supported by a series of scenario based practical exercises, which includes undertaking a survey and a courtroom roleplay relating to the presentation of evidence under examination in chief and cross examination.

This course has been developed and is delivered by RFPS practitioners, with experience planning communication networks and presenting expert evidence in court.

26th February – 8th March 2024
  • FA Ltd Letchworth
  • 10 days 9am-5pm In-Person
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