Simon Bunter’s article: Location. Location, Location...
After the death of 6 children in a house fire in 2012, research was undertaken into children’s responses to domestic smoke alarms. In the 2012 fire, the children were all found in their beds and had not been incapacitated in any way.
In the last few weeks, KBC’s Mark Henderson has been recovering data from mobile phones which the prosecution claimed could not be recovered.
As a result of the continuing success of KBC’s mobile telephone and cell site analysis experts, we have increased our capacity with the recruitment of Ryan Knight. He joins the team in Durham with a First Class degree in Digital Forensics.
In August 2016, KBC renewed its accreditation to ISO17025. This was a particularly meaningful assessment as it marks the beginning of a new four year assessment cycle and confirms KBC’s continuing commitment to international quality standards after the acquisition by Cellmark.
Simon Bunter, one of our Fingerprint Experts, has been examining the work of Police Fingerprint Experts for many years. Increasingly, he is concerned that cognitive bias is causing the strength of some fingerprint identifications adduced as evidence to be over-stated. Specifically, experts may