Matt Bonner

Navigating the Labyrinth of Forensic Investigations: Challenges and Solutions – By Matt Bonner

Reading Time: 5 minutes Forensic investigation is often glamourised in popular media, depicted as a seamless process where evidence neatly falls into place, leading to swift resolutions. Of course, the reality is far more complex. The realm of forensic investigations is rife with challenges, ranging from technological limitations to legal constraints, all of which demand meticulous navigation and innovative […]

NIMBUS Forensics

Reading Time: 5 minutes Forensic investigation is often glamourised in popular media, depicted as a seamless process where evidence neatly falls into place, leading to swift resolutions. Of course, the reality is far more complex. The realm of forensic investigations is rife with challenges, ranging from technological limitations to legal constraints, all of which demand meticulous navigation and innovative […]

Time for change

Reading Time: 6 minutes Matt Bonner is the Head of Investigation Technology at Black Rainbow. He brings a wealth of experience to the role gained as a Senior Investigating Officer responsible for the investigation of homicide, suspicious deaths and other major investigations in London. In this article, he talks about the challenge facing UK Policing dealing with reported missing […]

Man Using Laptop in Investigation Room

Reading Time: 6 minutes Matt Bonner is the Head of Investigation Technology at Black Rainbow. He brings a wealth of experience to the role gained as a Senior Investigating Officer responsible for the investigation of homicide, suspicious deaths and other major investigations in London. In this article, he talks about the challenge facing UK Policing dealing with reported missing […]

The evolving challenges facing today’s detectives.

Reading Time: 5 minutes In 1829, the then Home Secretary of the United Kingdom, Sir Robert Peel formed the Metropolitan Police Service. The formation of an organized Police Service and later a detective branch within that service was replicated around the world during the mid to late 19th century and in 1908, the United States Attorney General, Charles Bonaparte […]

Evidence Board

Reading Time: 5 minutes In 1829, the then Home Secretary of the United Kingdom, Sir Robert Peel formed the Metropolitan Police Service. The formation of an organized Police Service and later a detective branch within that service was replicated around the world during the mid to late 19th century and in 1908, the United States Attorney General, Charles Bonaparte […]

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