Dr David Schudel started his career at Keith Borer Consultants in 1991, before emigrating to the USA, and then the Cayman Islands where he was the Government Chemist. He returned to Keith Borer Consultants in 2007. He specialises in a number of areas including forensic chemistry, fire investigation, scene reconstruction, cell site analysis and offender tagging cases. He has given expert evidence in the USA, Cayman Islands, Guyana, Ireland and all 4 jurisdictions of the UK.
In this informative presentation, Dr Schudel gives an update on the different types of tracking technologies currently available to the criminal justice system. He explains how they work and how they are often used in practice, highlighting their uses and pitfalls. This is valuable knowledge that can assist lawyers in the ways that they analyse and use evidence.
Offender tags Cell site analysis Curfew monitoring Movement Control GPS system Inclusion or exclusion zones Immigration tracking RF-based system Foreign PID Visitor tag Handshakes with tag R-v-Crean Assessment of damage claims Tag analysis