Principal consultant Stuart Banks has built up an excellent reputation based on 20 years' experience in the Information Technology industry and the examination of mobile phone and computer evidence.
Stuart has examined evidence and produced reports for many hundreds of mobile phone and computer based cases for Prosecution and Defence teams. He has given evidence in Crown and Magistrates' Courts, in Criminal and Civil matters, throughout the United Kingdom.
Areas of expertise include Cell Site Analysis (CSA), Radio Frequency Propagation Surveys (2G/GSM, 3G/UMTS, 4G/LTE, 5G/NR) incorporating GPS, call pattern and attribution investigations, general telephone evidence, mobile phone and smartphone examinations (including SIM and memory cards), and computer, tablet, EncroChat and other digital device examinations.
Stuart has developed efficient processes to perform investigations requiring the simplification of substantial volumes of data from multiple devices (i.e. call records, mobile phone/tablet downloads, computers, external drives, cloud systems etc).
Stuart has been accredited by the Academy of Experts (TAE), Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and listed on the National Crime Agency (NCA) list of approved providers.
Please contact the Digital Forensics Consultancy using the details provided on the Contact DFC page to speak to Mr Banks. A no-obligation telephone consultation can be offered to discuss how telephone and computer evidence could be used to assist your case.
The Digital Forensics Consultancy (DFC) is an independent company based in the UK. We offer Expert Witness and Forensic Services covering a range of complimentary digital technologies including Cell Site Analysis, mobile phone attribution and Computer Forensics.
The DFC ideology is to assign Solicitors, Barristers and Law Enforcement with an accredited Expert Witness as a single point of contact, from the moment an enquiry is made and initial advice is given, throughout the planning, data collection and investigation stages, to the delivery of a report.
Maintaining direct communication between the instructing party and expert ensures that investigations are performed as efficiently as possible, remain focused on the recovery and presentation of the information of greatest significance, and ensures the full benefit of the expert's experience is utilised at all stages of the investigation.
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