Please join us on Wednesday November 25, 2020 at 10am for Part 2 of our webinar about:
Forensic Document Examination and Forgery Analysis
(this is in place of the scheduled webinar on Body Language)
Far more crimes are committed with paper than with guns, and many more times the amount of money and power changes hands illegally through the stroke of a pen than through physical violence. This session will provide a detailed look at the use of scientific principles, knowledge and applied techniques in forensic document examination, forgery analysis and counterfeit identifications. Related fraud issues involving various types of materials and documents will be discussed. Topics to be covered include:
- Authorship of handwriting, signatures and initials
- Alterations, additions or deletions in documentation
- Establishment of date, source, history and relationship of documents
- Identification of paper, ink and writing instruments
- Identification of Mechanical Impressions
- Identification of typewriter and computer generated documents
Graham P. Ospreay, FACFE, CSP
Forensic Document Examiner & Forgery Analyst
Graham Ospreay is a Forensic Document Examiner & Forgery Analyst who’s areas of professional expertise covers: Comparison and identification of handwriting, hand printing and signatures; Assessment and identification of anonymous writing; Threatening communications & risk assessment; Examination of altered documents and obscure, obliterated or erased entries; Identification of mechanical impressions, stamps and seals; Document security; Identification of historical documents including palaeographic and epigraphic research and interpretations; Decipherment of encrypted writings including graffiti related tags and markings; Authentication and Identification of antiquities and fine art; Art theft investigations; Investigation and identification of trademark infringements; Counterfeit product identification; Fraud examination and Identity theft investigation.
Graham has been called upon to give evidence and provide expert witness testimony for both criminal and civil matters in Provincial and State Courts as well as various Arbitration & Review Board Hearings. His case work is international in scope and includes forensic examinations and testimony throughout Canada and the United States. He has provided both training & educational seminars, security and forensic investigations and opinion evidence in North and South America, Europe, United Arab Emirates, Israel, the United Kingdom, the Soviet Republic, India, Pakistan, Japan, China and South Korea.
Graham is currently in private practice under G. P. Ospreay & Associates in Ontario, Canada.
Register at: www.cpiontario.ca/events