Cell Site Analysis
CYFOR is a leading authority in cell site analysis, with a Cell Site Team that has recently expanded to become one of the largest in the UK with over 40 years of combined industry experience. Our cell site experts assist law firms and council authorities across the country with the evidence they obtain being critical to the outcome of numerous criminal investigations.
Cell Site Analysis is a means of establishing the geographical location of a mobile phone when calls, SMS messages or data is sent or received.
With the prolific usage of mobile phones throughout the world, Cell Site Analysis has become critical within civil and criminal investigations. With many individuals carrying more than one mobile phone, being able to determine the movement and location of a handset, accurate to within a few meters, can be invaluable admissible evidence in court.
Evidence obtained from Cell Site Analysis can be combined with other evidence such as CCTV, call data records or observations. This can determine if the accused was in fact at the scene of the crime or to confirm an alibi. Alternatively, it can track the path of a mobile phone as it moves from location to location.
Using data from mobile phone service providers, our cell site experts can measure actual coverage utilising sophisticated data gathering, positioning and analytical tools. The information gathered is used to generate detailed coverage maps where the service areas of individual cell sites are shown as different colours. Maps are available in various formats including aerial photography, A-Z street maps and OS ranges.
With over a decade of industry experience in providing investigations within the criminal and civil sectors, CYFOR are a leading authority in Cell Site Analysis. We are proud to have some of the industry’s leading experts within the field, whose evidence has been crucial for successful outcomes in numerous defence cases.
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