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Our extremely experienced trainers are the best in their field. They train new and existing analysts, detectives, digital media investigators and radio frequency survey technicians for the majority of the UK’s police forces.
Many of our courses are City and Guilds accredited, and all are test-based qualifications ensuring their independence and robustness when challenged on the stand.
Courses are delivered as a combination of practical and theory, resulting in a deep understanding of the subject matter, backed by hands-on experience.
Courses are available virtually or in-person. We also offer one-to-one mentoring sessions.
CSAS and CDAN Nexus are Forensic Analytics’ industry leading software solutions. Our training courses in both applications provide detailed instruction in the use of the tools. Course options range from introductory to advanced, and help users explore more features of CSAS than can be covered in initial sessions to further develop their knowledge. Completion of CSAS or CDAN training results in certified user status for these tools.
Call Detail Records (CDRs) are at the core of comms data analysis. Our training courses help analysts and investigators to understand the meaning behind the CDR records so they can piece together the events they show and better understand how this data can support their investigations.
The role of the criminal intelligence analyst is essential to effective strategic and operational policing. Our range of new and relevant analysis training courses are designed and delivered by highly experienced intelligence analysts and designed to assist and enhance your analysis, be it for investigative success, or effective strategic management.
Forensic Radio Frequency Propagation Surveys (RFPS) add empirical evidence of the coverage from cells used by subject phones in a case. Our RF survey courses range from simple overview sessions to week-long, City & Guilds-accredited programmes, backed by our best-selling book Forensic Radio Survey Techniques for Cell Site Analysis (Joseph Hoy, Wiley, 2015).