Economic and social dealings in modern society generate large quantities of stored information. In the past, this data was documented in paper records, leaving a "paper trail", or was simply not documented at all. Correlation of paper-based records required human operators to manually sort through documents, which was time-consuming and incomplete, at best.
Today many of these records are electronic, resulting in an "electronic trail". Public records (such as electoral role, birth, court, tax and other records), web traffic and online purchases are widely available online. In addition friendships & affiliations, thoughts and activities can often be discovered within social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace Twitter and others.
Broughton Ramsden & Page have extensive experience in assembling information about a particular individual or group in order to generate a picture of their patterns and behaviour through the application of statistical techniques to discover previously unnoticed relationships within data.
Data profiling is an extremely powerful tool for use in infidelity investigations, especially where a suspected third party is known. Our skilled analysts can discover facts about a person that they might not even be consciously aware of themselves.
Our profiling service is available at a rate of £250 per application. We provide a complete report within 5 days of the application being accepted.