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Digital forensic investigation

About LGC's digital forensic services


LGC's digital investigation and questioned document teams specialise in identifying and realising evidence hidden among traditional document sources, computers, mobile phones and other data storage devices.

Innovative techniques, first-hand experience in digital technologies and forensic expertise work together to deliver reliable, cost-effective solutions. Services are available to law enforcement agencies, coroners, tribunal judges, businesses and private individuals.

Our areas of digital forensic expertise


LGC's digital investigation unit is multi-skilled in both computer and mobile phone examination. It allows us to offer a more flexible approach to working, thus supporting the customer and future forensic developments.

Computer forensics. Let expert technicians retrieve computer and electronic evidence vital to the success of your case.

Mobile phone forensics. Ask us to recover and analyse data stored on mobile phones, SIM cards, PDAs and attached media.

Cell site analysis. We can find geographic locations of mobile phone use through expert analysis and easy-to-understand data.

Questioned documents. Handwriting comparison and signature examination techniques form the basis of traditional questioned document examination.

Imagery/audio forensics. Our imagery/audio team are experts in the use of imagery and audio in the legal context, and provide the widest range of enhancement and analytical products.

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LGC computer forensics
Computer forensics fact sheet


Mobile device fact sheet


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Digital evidence in a workplace
investigation fact sheet