TFEG forensic scientists specialise in the non-routine testing of unknown materials and substances. Our forte is in developing and customising scientific solutions to the specific problem and its associated context. Our forensic expertise allows us to provide a comprehensive interpretation of the sample which may otherwise not be noticeable by the untrained eye.
Our forensic background enables our experts to assist our clients and add-value to different stages of their enquiries and investigations. We have developed, and have been practising best procedures necessary to ensure the quality and reliability of our lab findings.
Step 1: Accurate Problem Definition
Uncover the critical issue(s) in the enquiry or investigation
- Essential first step in solving any complex or new problem.
- Early critical analysis allows time and resources to be channelled to relevant and promising lines of inquiry
- Expeditiously uncover the most vital information necessary to find an appropriate solution for you.
Step 2: Customised Solution(s)
- Define the scope and extent of testing
- Propose the methodology
- Design the experiment(s)
- No two cases or scenarios are exactly the same. One size will not fit all.
- Harness scientific knowledge, laboratory capabilities, critical thinking and reasoning skills
- Create robust forensic solutions tailored to solve your problem.
Step 3: Fast & Reliable Laboratory Analysis
- Physical methods & Microscopy
- Analytical techniques: Spectroscopy, Chromatography & Mass spectrometry
Reliable laboratory testing hinges on a combination of essential factors:
- how instrumental capabilities and techniques are employed,
- robust quality systems,
- sample integrity,
- representative sampling and effective sample preparation procedures,
- appropriate domain knowledge,
- adequate staff proficiency and level of expertise,
- detailed record-keeping and
- proper data handling and interpretation.
- quality and reliability of lab findings.
Step 4: Comprehensive Interpretation
- What is the unknown substance? (Classification or Identification)
- How did it get there? (Activity)
- How are the various items related? (Association)
- What happened? (Reconstruction)
- A comprehensive interpretation of the sample which may not be noticeable by the untrained eye.
Step 5: Expert Report or Forensic Memo
- Forensic Memo (preliminary assessment, not meant for court purposes)
- Forensic report (could be tendered in court)
- Our experts are well-recognised in the Singapore courts and have testified as expert witnesses in many high-profile
- Our experts have also provided expert testimony in overseas courts
To find out how we can assist you call us at 6459 0494 or email us at email@example.com.