This article poses the question of whether two bodies of handwriting are completed by the one person.
Discussion on the issue of forensic science in the UK has relevance here in Australia. The application of forensic science is one thing, research and innovation is another.
A recent example of travellers detected with fake passports in Bangkok.
As can be seen in this report, counterfeit or fraudulent passports are an expensive item to purchase.
Another example of counterfeit currency being introduced in Australia. It would appear this was unsuccessful.
Australian currency has a range of very strong security features that cannot be replicated on a standard home or office printer.
Whilst this means that the documents will be detectable as counterfeit, it is still reliant on the person receiving them to challenge their authenticity when presented.
Contact us if you would like a quick update on how to detect fraudulent currency or passports (Australian or other nationalities).
Almost one million Australians are falling prey each year to identity theft or fraud, with scammers ripping off $2.2 billion from individual victims, businesses and governments.
The true impact of identity fraud in the community. Burglary and car theft are very visible offences, whereas loss through fraud can appear 'faceless' .... unless you are a victim.
Inter-governmental department arrangements are discussed in the related news article and provide the basis for the ongoing management of identity based crimes. Non-government businesses, organisations, authorities and individuals are as much a target of these types of crimes (potentially in a less organised manner) and must continue to remain vigilant to fraudulent practices involving identity, identity theft and identity documents.