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News Archive for March 2019

Audio Forensics
Posted
18 March 2019

Restoring voices on recordings, deciphering a crucial conversation in a major case or disguising voices to protect the vulnerable and undercover officers is all part of a day’s work for a team of two.

Amy Tsang, Forensic Laboratories
Posted
18 March 2019

The high-tech equipment that helped catch a killer:

A single photograph of a fingerprint taken from a mobile phone helped to catch a killer - thanks to a high-tech super camera built specifically for the police Forensic Services.

Michaela Bradshaw, Digital Forensics Expert
Posted
18 March 2019

The field of forensics has evolved over centuries and uses blood, fingerprints, toxicology, ballistics and DNA analysis to help crack complex crimes. 

More recently however there has been a rise in digital forensics, using technology to help solve crimes and secure convictions. 

Drew Birtles, Forensic Scene Investigator
Posted
18 March 2019

Drew Birtles is a forensic scene investigator and is one of the first professionals at the scene of a crime.

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