Crime Scene Investigations

Many of our forensic experts in this practice are former law enforcement officers. With roots in the Federal Bureau of Investigation, as well as local and state police departments, our experts have received the highest levels of training and have done the work at every level of law enforcement.

Forensic Investigations at the Scene of a Crime

If the evidence in your case has come into question, Robson Forensic experts in crime scene forensics are available to provide analysis regarding the procedural aspects of evidence collection and storage, as well as the validity of evidence analyses.

Our crime scene investigations frequently involve:

  • Clothing analysis
  • Document examinations
  • Dye pack examinations
  • Fingernail scrapings
  • Footwear impressions
  • Gunshot residue
  • Hairs and fibers
  • Handwriting analysis
  • Identification of drugs
  • Mace identification
  • Paint analysis
  • Restoration of serial numbers
  • Soil analysis
  • Testing for the presence of blood
  • Tire impressions
  • Tool/weapon marks

Forensic Engineering in Criminal Investigations

Criminal cases often involve specialized technology or equipment that goes beyond the technical mastery of a forensic examiner. In these instances, Robson Forensic can deploy specialized technical experts to investigate issues involving motor vehicles, industrial machines, or other specialized equipment as it relates to the matter at hand.

Crime Scene Evidence & Testing

Robson Forensic offers a fully appointed biological laboratory to assist clients with managing the storage and inspection of medical products, equipment, and biological samples. Our highly trained professionals can assist clients through the entire process, from the retrieval of evidence, through storage and inspection. Visit our Biological Laboratory page for more information.

DISCUSS YOUR CASE WITH AN EXPERT

Call or submit an inquiry to tell us about your case. Once we determine which expert is best qualified to assist, we will put you in direct contact.