Forensic Hypnosis, Crime Scene Investigations, Data Recovery & in Daytona Beach, The Greater Orlando Area Florida & Nationwide
Forensic hypnosis in Daytona Beach, Florida & nationwide
What is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a normal natural state that you may experience sometimes without ever realizing.
Did you ever lose track of what exit you were at on a highway only to discover you traveled past your indented destination?
Did you ever come home from the beach on a nice summer day, sit in your favorite chair and were so relaxed that when the phone rang you didn’t get up to answer?
Hypnosis is a heightened concentration in which your mind can focus on a set objective. A trait that is very effective with clinical and forensic applications.
Hypnosis is completely safe and works best on people who possess average or above average intelligence.How can hypnosis help you?
- Find property
- Locate lost items
- Recover forgotten or lost memories
- Find misplaced possessions
- Recover memory for civil trials
- Recover memory for criminal trials
Who is John Gaspar?
John Gaspar bares the distinction of being one of five New York City Police Department Hypnotists in NYPD’s history. During his tenure in the Detective Divisions Special Investigations Hypnosis Unit, Detective Gaspar became one of the 10 most experienced and highly regarded Forensic Hypnotists in the United States. Gaspar received his training from Herbert Spiegel M.D. a noted psychiatrist, author (of “Trance & Treatment”) and professor at New York’s Columbia University. In addition, John Gaspar was trained by Dr. Martin Reiser the director of Los Angeles Police Department Behavioral Science Unit.
Gaspar then went on to become the first Forensic Hypnotistin Flagler County, Florida. While in private practice as the owner of All Florida Investigation and Forensic Services, Inc. Gaspar was asked to assist Tim Miller of Texas Equusearch. Gaspar performed a forensic interview on Misty Cummings in an attempt to find out the whereabouts of 5-year-old Haleigh Cummings who was abducted from her home. Gaspar has worked as a Hypnotist for over 30 years assisting in both the private and public sector for people in need. He has used memory recovery techniques to help solve cases and has assisted thousands of people to stop smoking. Gaspar has earned a Bachelor of Science and Master’s Degree at Nova Southeastern University and has been a Professor at various Universities and Police Academies for over 25 years. Professor Gaspar helps his students to perform better on exams through hypnotic techniques.
Crime scene processing and clean up in Daytona beach & throughout Florida
Mobile Crime Scene Response & Processing
AFI Mobile Forensic Field Units process civil and criminal scenes which include: incident photography, vehicle processing, latent print examination and comparison, trace / DNA / blood evidence collection, photo management and storage, video and photo analysis, footwear / tire examination, accident investigation, and controlled substance testing.
The Forensic Techs at All Florida Investigations & Forensic Services Inc maintain expertise in many areas that include blood pattern interpretation, controlled substance identification, latent fingerprint examination, latent fingerprint comparison, accident reconstruction, forensic video analysis, and forensic mapping and crime scene analysis.
Why use AFI as your Mobile Forensic Service?
AFI personnel are trained in all the most modern forensic evaluations for evidence, processing, and collection. Retrieval of such evidence can establish patterns for internal theft, retail theft, harassment, and criminality or can help establish strong evidence in a civil case.
Field testing includes:
- Scene photography
- Latent prints
- Blood tests
- Semen tests
- Salvia tests
- Urine tests
- GSR (Gun Shot Residue)
- Trace evidence collections
SMART Phone & Computer Forensics in daytona beach, fl and nationwide
When Every Byte of Data Matters
The use of phones in crimes has been widely used for many years and in today’s technological information age, every byte of data matters.
Cell phone and other mobile device forensics is a variation of digital forensics involving the recovery of digital evidence from any mobile device. Mobile device can refer to mobile/smart phones, PDA’s, iPhones, GPS devices as well as tablets or iPads. These mobile devices are used to store or save personal information such as contacts, photos, calendars and notes, SMS and MMS messages. Whereas smartphones may contain additional data such as video, email information, web browsing history, location information, and social networking messages and contacts. Most of this information is intentionally stored but sometimes unintentional information is also kept which can add merit to a case.
Cell phone and mobile device forensic experts specialize in the forensic retrieval of data from these devices in a manner that preserves the evidence under forensically acceptable conditions, ensuring that it remains court-admissible. Full data retrieval is the ultimate goal but often specific detailed information that is retrieved is all that is necessary to prove a case. Since there is a wide variety of tools that exist to extract evidence from mobile devices; no one tool or method can acquire all the evidence from all devices. AFI’s forensic engineers will conduct a thorough examination of the data found on the cell phone's SIM/USIM, the cell phone body itself, and any memory cards.
Specific forensic evidence that is often retrieved and examined during a cell phone forensic investigation, often even after being deleted, includes:
• Photos & graphics
• Contact names & phone numbers
• Text messages recovery of SMS message recovery
• Call times; dialed and received calls, and call durations
• Address book entries; residential addresses and email addresses
Attorneys, Courts, and Law Enforcement Officials realize the significance of evidence obtained from cell phones and other mobile devices, and how it can greatly affect the outcome of a trial. No matter the extent of the case, from White Collar Crime to the most extreme criminal trial, the integrity of the firm selected for a cell phone forensic audit is as important as the integrity of the data recovered.
With AFI, you can be assured with our many years of investigative experience, we understand that the collection and documentation of the extracted data from a mobile device to be used as evidence is an imperative matter. Today, more court cases are being won or settled quickly with the proper submittal of electronic evidence, so it's vital that the cell phone forensics investigator understands the legal issues and essentials surrounding electronic evidence gathering. AFIunderstands this fact, approaches all investigations with this in mind, and produces conclusive results for our Clients in the legal profession.
For decades, AFI has been a leader in the field of computer and crime scene forensic investigations. Our networks of forensic engineers are fully trained in proper evidence handling and litigation support services. AFI understands the importance of this evidence thus maintaining the highest industry standards.
AFI is a Leading Digital Evidence Provider
Computer Forensics is a division of digital forensic science pertaining to legal evidence found in computers and digital storage media. The goal of computer forensics is to legally retrieve and examine digital media in a forensically approved manner with the aim of identifying, preserving, recovering, analyzing, and documenting the facts about the digital information. Often this is data that has been accidentally lost or deleted.
Computer forensics, although most often associated with the investigation of a wide variety of computer crimes, may also be used in civil proceedings. The discipline involves similar techniques and principles to data recovery, but with additional guidelines and practices designed to create a legal audit trail. It has been used in a number of high-profile cases and is becoming widely accepted as reliable within U.S. court systems.
Computer Forensics requires knowledge of all aspects of the computer, from the operating system ISA to computer architecture and hardware design. AFI's computer forensics engineers will safely extract electronic data from almost any computer system, even if the data has been previously destroyed, deleted or hidden.
Personal or Professional Data Lose:
Computers are machines that work miracles in our daily business operations. These machines often malfunction and potentially lose valuable data. Many email’s in our daily communications carry deadly viruses that infect our machines and spread, causing massive data losses throughout your business network. Computer hackers, which can be both inside and outside your company, can access your information, manipulate it, steal it, and cause huge losses of data which can lead to a loss of intellectual property and misuse of proprietary information by others.
The solution is AFI. Our hard drive data recovery and digital artifact retrieval services lead the industry.
We specialize in professional data recovery in a timely manner. Our teams of data recovery experts have the industry knowledge of how to retrieve personal or corporate lost data from damaged or corrupt storage media including hard-drives, back-up systems, temporary storage units and more.
AFI understands how critical your computer and data systems are to the function of your organization. Our data recovery specialists will retrieve your lost data and return you back to normal business operations in an expeditious manner.
John Gaspar, B.S., M.S. MMBA, C.F.E., C.S.T
Board Accredited Investigator
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