Examination and comparison of handwriting to establish authorship or association between documents.
To determine if a signature is genuine or a freehand copy, traced or copied forgery.
To determine the authenticity of Legal Contracts or disputed Wills.
To examine and interpret indented impressions developed on paper, card or other material, which are caused by writing on one document while resting on another.
The examination of a document to establish if an alteration, addition or obliteration has taken place.
To determine if a document is genuine or counterfeit – eg. Passports, ID Cards, Birth Certificates, Marriage Certificates, Driving Licences, Vehicle Licencing Certificates, Insurance Discs, Tax Discs, NCT Discs, Currency, Cheques, Money Orders, Bank Drafts etc.
Forensic examination to determine the type of printer that was used to print a questioned document.
The examination of printed material in an attempt to establish how a document was produced.
The examination of documents damaged by fire, chemicals, water or shredding.
To differentiate between two inks on a document.
The examination of office-machinery and typed documents.
The examination of ink stamps and stamp impressions to determine authenticity.