Forensic science expertise for a wide range of evidence and material types
We can offer highly experienced forensic scientists to undertake work on a wide variety of materials and evidence types for prosecution, police, defence, industry and private individuals.
The following list is an indication of the materials / evidence types with which we can offer support. If you have a material / evidence type which is not listed below please contact us - we may still be able to assist you.
- Anthropology and archaeology
- Blood and other body fluids such as semen, saliva and vaginal material
- Blood spatter and interpretation (BPA: blood pattern analysis)
- Computers, digital devices and internet crime, including mobile phone and cell site analysis
- Contamination of banknotes, mobile telephones and vehicles with illicit drugs
- Court Presentations including 3D imaging & video
- Damage to clothing, etc.
- DNA profiling
- Drugs / substances of abuse
- Fingerprints & other marks enhancement
- Firearms, ballistics, wound ballistics
- Fires and explosions
- Forensic photography and forensic imaging
- Glass, paint and other trace evidence
- Hairs and textile fibres
- Medico-Legal including paediatrics
- Oils, greases and waxes
- Pathology (including post mortems & injuries)
- Police Investigative Strategies: reviewing/commenting on
- Questioned documents (including Arabic text)
- Road traffic accident reconstruction
- Scenes of crime examination, reconstruction and interpretation (including 3-D imaging and animation of events that is accepted in the courtroom)
- Shoes and shoe marks
- Chemical taggants and markers
- Tool and manufacturing marks (including enhancement)
- Vehicle tyres & their marks & mechanical failures of components
[ PDF print version: Crime and Evidence Types ]
If your work is in investigating crime (prosecution or defence) please see our page of crime types with which Forensic Access' scentists can provide expert forensic science expertise.
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If you have any questions about how we may be able to assist you please contact Forensic Access.