BREAKING NEWS! Dr. James Kelley Joins BPIA as “Computer Generated Forgery Expert.”
Posted by BPIA on Jan 6, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments
BP Investigative Agency is proud to announce its newest member to the team, Dr. James Kelley. Dr. Kelley has 30 years experience in military and commercial computer systems and has developed and sold computers and software around the world.
He is now applying his computer skills to the detection of forgeries committed with highly sophisticated computer programs. It is now possible to exactly copy the shape and ink color of a person’s signature and fabricate highly realistic financial documents using high technology computer programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, GIMP, and a host of other new programs that were originally designed for creating photographic portfolios. Traditionally trained forensic analysts usually are not computer experts trained in printer technology and computer photo processing and illustration software. There has been a plethora of computerized forgery in foreclosure cases across the nation and there is an urgent need for this specialization.
Dr. Kelley can provide verbal opinions, court qualified opinions and testimony in high technology computer document forgery cases. This is of great benefit to attorneys and their clients.
Stanford Executive Institute
Ph.D. University of California, Santa Barbara, Electrical & Computer Engineering
M.S.E.E. University of California, Santa Barbara, Electrical Engineering
B.A. in Mathematics – San Jose State University
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