'Become Court confident with your Vehicle Systems Forensics Reports'
This module underscores that data recovery is just the beginning; analysing and interpreting the data are equally, if not more, crucial. Delegates will learn how to analyse data from various sources within modern vehicles and grasp its limitations. Duanne Watkins from JTOL/GeoTime will assist in simplifying the data analysis process by explaining how to consolidate multiple data sources using software to create a clear investigative picture.
GPS data is a vital but often poorly understood component of modern investigations. Ray Ford, a leading GPS and Telematics expert, will provide valuable insights into this technology, enabling delegates to confidently handle and report on GPS data, addressing its sources and vulnerabilities.
Speed data from vehicles is highly sought after, but investigators need to understand its sources and vulnerabilities based on the system in use. Delegates will receive real-life examples showcasing the reliability of speed data from various vehicle systems. Additionally, they'll gain access to in-house research and development results from the past five years, enhancing their understanding of infotainment system event data which can often not be as it seems.
The module also emphasises the importance of preparing a robust report for court proceedings, and it will provide guidance on the structure required for such reports. Expert reports authored by the course instructors have been widely used in Vehicle Systems Forensics cases across the UK, benefiting both prosecution and defence teams.
· Data Analysis & Interpretation
· Presentation of Data
· Understanding GPS & GNSS Technology
· GPS & GNSS Vulnerabilities
· Limitations of GPS speed data
· Limitations of CAN speed data
· Vehicle Event Data – Reliability
· Report Formulation for Court Proceedings
· Prosecution and Defence Perspectives of Vehicle Systems Forensics
· The Role of the Expert Witness
· Case Studies
Who should attend:
This module is for those people who are responsible for receiving data from investigators or third parties and analysing it and reporting on it where the modern motor vehicle is the source of the data.
Roles and Occupations include:
Police Officers / Staff responsible for Vehicle Systems Forensics Examinations. Digital Media Investigators, Analysts, Digital Forensics Practitioners, Forensic Collision Investigators, Insurance Investigators involving motor vehicles.
Location: In person – Harper Shaw Investigation Consultants Ltd, West Yorkshire UK.
A smart device or desktop with access to The Vehicle Network App (Course material will be provided through this platform).
Duration: 2 days
2024 Dates: 26&27 March, 22&23 May, 17&18 July, 25&26 Sept, 6&7 Nov.
Cost: £2,000 ex VAT
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