DCSR GmbH, Münchenstein, SwitzerlandDCSR was founded in early 2003 as a spin-off of the classical forensic institute in Basle (IRM Basle), Switzerland and the Swiss Sociaty for Medical Informatics (SGMI, Switzerland).
As emerging digital methods in forensics are widely used but mostly lack of integration, DCSR consults official authorities (CSI, prosecution authorities, defence, etc.) in planning, evaluating and using its methods according to their strategic needs.
The DCSR company compels ti use scientfic measures and to reflect the developped methods. The goals are to validate the new methods in order to give them acknowledgement by science and court. DCSR therefore is doing research in conjunction with legal authorities and universities meeting the same interests. DCSR is member of international scientific organisations and participates in scientific congresses.
Education and Training
Research and education are close. Therefore DCSR transmits new knowledge to the customers by local trainings, blended learning (Computer Supported Cooperative Work, CSCW) and e-learning in cooperation with the IAFLS (International Academy for Forensic LaserScanning). The topics range from (digital) BPA (Blood Stain Pattern Analysis) to computer forensics covering nearly all forensic topics in collaboration with internationally known partners.
Hardware and Software
- Proces Support
Integrated Digital Crime Scene Management, DCSM (Integrated electronic platform for the forensic business case based on business engineering)
in cooperation with leading manufaturers and adapted software for special forensic needs according the DCSR-pyramid of integration and presentation.
Autopsy based on 3D-body-reconstruction to preserve findings destroyed by common autopsy and for use in the real virtuality-approach of DCSR. Teleforensic support of this method as a service.
DCSR - Institute for Digital Crime Scene Reconstruction - is the leading
international institute for digital crime scene reconstruction. The development of new procedures using the upcoming information- and communication-technology (ICT) for criminal investigation, forensic medicine and prosecution authorities are the basis for a better integration of all informations on the crime scene and to more accurate, more effective and more efficient reconstruction of a crime.
Digital Crime-Scene Management and Business Process
Engineering (BPE) in Forensics
Digital Crime-Scene Management is an integral approach to forensics supported by digital methods that emerge more and more in forensics These new methods produce a new integral approach to forensic understanding and cooperation between specialists. This digital age asks for new models of data management as well as new methods to maintain and continuosly improve credibility and acceptance on court. Business Engineering (BE) and Digital Crime-Scene Management (DCSM) can help.
A widely used method of modern business modelling in the digital age.
Also suitable for non-profit organisations consisting on the 4 main layers:
- Systems: applications, software and databases
Therefore business engineering aims to establish new, future oriented forms of businesses but with reference to existing or emerging needs. Business engineering is most likely related with the area of future technology. To abstract it, BE combines the establishment of a completely new business in a propect business environment.