Questioned Utterance Analysis
Speech Content Analysis
Digital Audio Services
Analysis of voice and speech patterns across recordings to assess the strength of evidence that a voice in a recording belongs to a known speaker; also called forensic voice comparison or voice recognition.
The production of transcripts of usually poor quality or covert recordings for investigative or evidential purposes.
Questioned utterance analysis
When evidential transcripts cover a very key or unclear section of speech, detailed acoustic analysis can help to establish what has been said in a specific area of a recording.
Analysis of recordings of an unknown speaker to reveal information about regional or language background, or any other aspects of identity which may be apparent from speech.
Consultation and advice in relation to assessing the ability of witnesses to recognise voices.
We have delivered tailor-made training sessions, CPD courses and practical seminars across the UK and internationally. Staff at J P French Associates have also played a central role in delivering the Masters course in Forensic Speech Science at the University of York.