Acumé Forensic was formed in 2004 as a result of work conducted for Operation Fincham, the investigation into the tragic deaths of Jessica Chapman and Holly Wells in Soham on the 4th August 2002. The trial at the Old Bailey in the winter of 2003 was the first ever murder trial to utilise a fully multimedia approach to presenting the narrative of events and the complex forensic evidence in a bespoke fully digital interface. The benefits of digital presentation remain
unchanged 20 years later.
Acumé Forensic have assisted in the presentation of several hundred murder trials, complex fraud cases and public inquiries. With diverse case work from the phone hacking trial to the Shoreham air crash we have a vast acquired experience in effectively and professionally presenting visual evidence. Our work has been documented to improve key fact retention, improve understanding and reduce court time. From prosecution opening to jury deliberation our work can be described as the digital thread that makes visual evidence in any case work for the court.
We have in 19 years produced work for every UK police force, the National Crime Agency, HMRC, Crown Prosecution Service, HM Coroner and the Home Office. We are a major supplier to An Garda Síochána and were the first to present a 3D reconstruction to the central criminal court in Dublin.
From CCTV narrative to 3D crime scene reconstructions we have experience in and a presentational solution for any case type. Come and meet us at stand 7.