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Crime Scene Assistant App Showcase -Webinar Recording

Friday 5th February 2021

Yesterday we hosted our Crime Scene Assistant App Showcase webinar. The webinar looked at how the App works, the sort of content that can be found on it, how current clients are utalising the App and their feedback. It also covered how the App has progressed since launch, and our plans for the future.

We had a mixed group from lots of different backgrounds on the day, which is fantastic! Thank you to all who attended, we really appreciate it!

Today we are really pleased to be able to share the recorded version with you, it is also available on our YouTube Channel.

If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the licenced version of our app, please don’t hesitate to get in touch via the contact button.

Crime Scene Assistant App Showcase - Free Webinar

Friday 22 January 2021

On Thursday 4th February we are hosting a webinar to showcase our Crime Scene Assistant App. We will be talking about our progress since launch, the App’s features, how it’s being utilised and feedback to date.

This showcase is perfect for all First Responders, trainers of First Responders, as well as Educators of: Crime Scene/Forensic Investigation, Criminology, Paramedic Science, Fire Science, Policing and Uniformed Service courses.

Register now to join us for the Crime Scene Assistant App Showcase!

Book now via Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/2Y7MdvC

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First Licence Agreement of 2021

Monday 18th January 2021

We are delighted to announce that we are now working with London South Bank University, who have licenced our Crime Scene Assistant App for their Forensic Science students.

After the recent government announcement LSBU wanted to move their crime scene practical sessions to remote learning and thought our App would be the perfect tool to aid this!

Thank you…It’s great to be working with you!

Tees Businesswomen Awards 2020 - Results

Thursday 14th January 2021

We enjoyed getting dressed up for this evenings awards. Our MD Angela didn’t win her category (this year!), but she had some tough competition and we are over the moon that she was shortlisted amongst such incredible women!

Congratulations to all of the winners at the Tees Business women awards tonight…

•Best New Business – Hogg Global Logistics
•Best Newcomer – Chloë Clover ⚡
•Charity/Voluntary Award – My Sisters Place
•Breaking the Mould – Laura Hepburn
•Training and Apprenticeships – Sir Robert McAlpine
•Lifelong Inspiration – Professor Dr Jane Turner OBE DL CCMI
•SME of the year – AbacusBean Limited
•Inspiring others – Annalice Argyle – Multi Award Winning Social Entrepreneur
•Business of the year – Wander Films
•Business Women of the year – Jane Armitage Jackson’s Law

And finally a very special award (which caused lots of tears) for Outstanding Contributions went out to the amazing and very missed Julie Donaldson of Zetland FM . A very touching way to end a fantastic night!

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Happy New Year!

Monday 4th January 2021

We would like to wish everyone a very Happy New Year!

The team here at Crime Scene Assist are very much looking forward to all of the exciting things that we have planned for 2021, and to kick start the year, we are extremely pleased to announce that we are working with the amazing Just Williams!

The team at Just Williams are coming onboard to help us boost our presence in the market place and spread the word about our work far and wide.

To find out more about them and visit their website, just click their logo.

CSA Edu. used to develop interactive workshops

Tuesday 15th December 2020

Katie Davidson from the University of Strathclyde has produced a webinar for the #RemoteForensicCSI team, showcasing how she utilised CSA Edu. along with Google Earth, to create interactive workshops for her undergraduate and MSc students.

A remote crime scene was produced which was then explored and analysed using our App. The workshops were a great success, with students thoroughly enjoying the sessions. Katie stated that the App was “an integral part of my workshop and an amazing resource for us and the students.”

To see how Katie produced this innovative and interactive workshop, you can watch the video here.

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Jacksons Law Write an article about our work together...

Monday 14th December 2020

Check out the article by clicking the photograph.

If you ever need any legal advice we would highly recommend Jacksons Law Firm.

Thank you to the Jackson’s team, we look forward to working with you again in the new year!

Award Nomination!

Monday 8th December 2020

Congratulations to our Co-founder and Managing Director Angela on her shortlisting for the Breaking the Mould Award, at the Tees Businesswomen Awards 2020, very well deserved! The nominations for the award are:

Angela Davies (CSI Training & Events and Crime Scene Assist Ltd)
Amanda Gardiner (Durham Lifting)
Laura Hepburn (Greenology)

Congratulations and good luck to Angela, Amanda and Laura

Winners will be announced live at a virtual awards ceremony on Thursday the 14th January 2021

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We are getting international recognition…

Monday 26th October 2020

Click the product review image and check out the great review of our App, Crime Scene Assistant, in the September/October edition of America’s Evidence Technology Magazine.

The magazine was first published in 2003 and is the first trade publication in the USA focused exclusively on evidence collection, processing, and preservation. The magazine is published quarterly and is distributed free of charge to qualified professionals in the USA. For those outside of the USA, they also offer a free subscription to their digital edition, which you can subscribe to here: Digital Edition.

Thank you to the team at Evidence Technology Magazine for reviewing Crime Scene Assistant, needless to say, we are very happy to be featured!!

For individuals who wish to purchase the App, you can do so by going to the appropriate App store. Just click the buttons below.

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For any organisations interested in licencing or white labelling the App, please contact us directly.

CSA Edu. App Webinar

Tuesday 20th October 2020

On Friday the 16th of October 2020 we hosted a webinar, specifically for educational establishments, regarding the licenced version of our App – CSA Edu.

Today we are really pleased to be able to share the recorded version with you all, which is also available on our YouTube Channel.

Thank you to all who attended, we really appreciate it!

If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the licenced version of our app, please don’t hesitate to get in touch via the contact button.

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CSA Edu App - Webinar Registration now live!

Tuesday 13th October 2020

On Friday the 16th of October at 13:00 BST, we will be hosting a webinar for all Educational Establishments.  The webinar will showcase the Crime Scene Assistant App and the benefits it brings to both academic staff and students, particularly on Criminology, Forensic, Paramedic Science and Policing Courses.  We will also discuss the ease of our licencing process and what you can do to purchase the App in bulk for your students, at fantastic discounted prices.

Registration is now open!

To register for the webinar, hit the button below!

CSA Edu. Up and Running

Monday 28th September 2020

Since launching Crime Scene Assistant on June 12th, we have been inundated with enquiries from Educational Establishments regarding the possibility of purchasing the App in bulk, to provide students with a fantastic learning resource and revision tool.

When developing the App, we knew that it would be hugely beneficial to students, particularly those on Crime Scene, Forensic, Policing and Paramedic Science courses. It is extremely rewarding for us to have this validated through the level of interest shown by Colleges and Universities both nationally and internationally.

As a result, we have been working hard to develop a licensed version of the App that can be bought directly through Crime Scene Assist Ltd. And we are really happy to say that today, CSA Edu. goes live! A massive thanks to…

…whose students will be able to start using the App this week.

We are also in talks with a further 25 Educational Establishments in the UK alone and in the coming weeks, we will be running a webinar re the benefits of the App for both academic staff and students.

If you are an Educational Establishment interested in licencing our App, please visit https://crimesceneassist.com/educational-establishments/ to find out more or contact us directly.  All other organisations please contact us via the “Contact us” button

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Emergency Services Times Article - Out Now!

Tuesday 8th September 2020

The latest version of the Emergency Services Times Magazine is out now, and we have a feature article on Page 57, in the Technology Section.

Both the magazine and our article can be viewed online, FREE, by completing a quick registration form, click the hyperlink to sign up!

If you are interested in featuring us in your publication/blog, or would like us to write an article for you, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

New addition to the team!

Thursday 3rd September 2020

After conducting a series of interviews, we are really pleased to announce that Jane Wilton will be joining the team from the 5th of October, for a 10 week internship, thanks to Teesside University.

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Recommended by #RemoteForensicCSI Team

Wednesday 5th August 2020

 

We would like to say a massive thank you to the #RemoteForensicCSI Team and Leisa Nichols-Drew in particular, for featuring our Crime Scene Assistant App in their first lecture series.  Leisa focuses on teaching Crime Scene Investigation and shares her thoughts on the response to Covid-19 using current resources, but also novel approaches.

 

 

We feature at 3:30 minutes and then again in the Q&A, with some extremely positive feedback. To see what Leisa had to say about Crime Scene Assistant and to watch her lecture on YouTube, just follow this link… https://youtu.be/wwUUikQjpZ0  Filled with lots of great ideas, it’s definitely worth a watch!

 

 

If you are interested in a licenced version of our App for your organisation, please don’t hesitate to contact us!

Press Article Published in Police Life Newspaper

Wednesday 22nd July 2020

Some of our eagle eyed associates have spotted an article about our App, Crime Scene Assistant, in Police Life – a national monthly newspaper for the Police Service! Thank you for letting us know and thank you to Police Life for publishing this article. We are over the moon to have been featured in this publication.

If you are interested in featuring us in your publication or blog, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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App Featured on 'App Advice'

Tuesday 30th June 2020

We have discovered that Crime Scene Assistant has been featured on App Advice, an app discovery site.

The site was started in 2008 and has had great success, growing from a single blogger writing about his favorite apps, to a fully fledged app discovery site. The site now has several app enthusiasts who strive to be the best app advisors in the world.

We are over the moon that our app has been featured!

Click the icon below to view.

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First Press Article

Friday 19th June 2020

We are happy to announce that Teesside University have published a press article covering the launch of our app, Crime Scene Assistant. The Article has so far been featured by:

Have you spotted it elsewhere? If so, we would love to know!

If you are interested in featuring us in your publication or blog, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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App Demonstration Video Released

Friday 19th June 2020

We have released a demonstration video on YouTube, which highlights the functionality of our Forensic Awareness App – Crime Scene Assistant!

You can watch it here, or on our channel. Don’t forget to subscribe, like and share!

Our First Webinar

Monday 15th June 2020

On Friday 12th June 2020 we hosted our first ever webinar, ‘Introducing Crime Scene Assistant – The original Forensic Awareness App’

Today we are really pleased to be able to share the recorded version with you all, which is also available on our YouTube Channel.

Other than a few technical issues with sound in the beginning, it went extremely well, and we were overjoyed with the audience participation in the live Q&A session at the end.

Thank you to all who attended and especially to those who contributed! A big thank you also goes to our Non-Executive Directors (NED’s), Angela Whitworth and Brian Rankin to whom we owe a debt of gratitude.

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Crime Scene Assistant - LAUNCH DAY!

Friday 12th June 2020

We are extremely excited at Crime Scene Assist as today is the official launch of our first product, ‘Crime Scene Assistant – The Original Forensic Awareness App!

You can find more information about the app here.

Originally we had hoped to hold a launch party, but due to the current climate we had to rethink our strategy.  As a result we held our first ever webinar, which in the end was quite apt, as we digitally launched our digital business, introducing the app to the world across the internet!  And…despite a few technical glitches with sound in the beginning, all went well.

We will be posting the recorded version on our YouTube channel very soon, so watch this space, and remember…

Crime Scene Assistant is now available for sale on both iOS and Android, just click the buttons below:

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Promotion Video Released

Tuesday 26th May 2020

Today marks the release of our first promotional video which introduces to the market ‘Crime Scene Assistant’, a Forensic Awareness App for Frontline Responders.

The app is due for official launch on Friday 12th June 2020. You can watch our video here, or on our new YouTube Channel Crime Scene Assist.

Please subscribe to our channel, where you will be able to access all future video releases.

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