Forensic Document Examination. By Kirby Wiley September 9, 2008. What is forensic science? What is forensic document examination?. Forensic science is application of various sciences having to do with the law.
By Kirby Wiley
September 9, 2008
Forensic science is application of various sciences having to do with the law.
The application of allied sciences and analytical techniques to questions concerning documents.
In order to become a forensic
document examiner, most people will have an undergraduate or masters degree. Some places require a baccalaureate degree as well.
Kay completed Questioned Document Section of I.A.S. Forensic Science Program through the American Institute of Applied Science (AIAS). The AIAS is licensed by the North Carolina Community College System. Most of the law enforcement agencies throughout the world require the AIAS program for positions dealing with bureaus and crime labs.
She is board certified with the Document Examiner through the National Association of Document examiners, where she is also a diplomat. She is qualified in the country, state, and federal courts, and has been appointed to court as an expert in country, state, and federal courts.
-Forgery Investigators Association of Texas.
-Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
-International Association for Identification, Texas Division.
-ASTM international committee, Forensic sciences/ Document Examination.
Kay has worked with: Science Program through the American Institute of Applied Science (AIAS). The AIAS is licensed by the North Carolina Community College System. Most of the law enforcement agencies throughout the world require the AIAS program for positions dealing with bureaus and crime labs.
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Altered Medical Records
Thermal Paper recovery
Certificates of Deposit
Real Estate Documents
Child Custody Dispute
Poisson Pen Letters
Proctor Sign in Logs
Credit Card Receipts
Gift Tax Returns
Bank Signature Cards
Credit Disability Apps.
Motor Vehicle Purchase
Auto Accident Claims
Ink over ink entries
Bank Robbery notes
Kay worked on an interesting case a few years a go when fax machines had just been invented. Someone had photocopied a signature onto a check and then tried to fax it to the bank. The check was sent to Kay, because it was suspicious. Kay figured out that the person had put up a sheet of paper white photocopying, so you couldn’t tell on the document that it had be copied.
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