Forensic Pathways Expertise
At Forensic Pathways we have qualified staff who conduct traditional ink fingerprinting for a wide range of domestic and international applications including: Visa applications, Passport applications and renewals, Permanent residency applications, Police clearances and other migration matters.We also offer a complete remediation service for the forensic testing, clean up and validation of properties exposed to methamphetamine contamination.
Forensic Pathways Services
A leading forensic software development company
Whether it is through the development of our Forensic Phone Analyser (FPA), the provision of Forensic Image Analyser for image forensics or the world’s first transparent Stepping Plate for crime scene management, our ability to innovate and bring cutting edge technologies to our clients has led to us being the market leading forensic brand in the criminal and business intelligence sector.
Leaders in Forensic Software Innovation
- Jill Wheeler
Head of Mobile Phone Forensics, Surrey Police
What is Methamphetamine or meth?
Where does Methamphetamine come from?
What are the major side effects of using meth?
Short term effects can be increased wakefulness, decreased apetite, higher blood temperature, irregular heartbeat and raised body temperature whilst long term effects include extreme weight loss, confusion, memory loss, anxiety, intense itching leading to skin sores, paranoia, violence and hallucinations. Meth is one of the hardest drug additions to effectively manage and for that reason, many meth users end up homeless, in jail or dead.
What are the health effects with living in a house contamiated with meth?
What does meth do to the body?
What are the nicknames and steet names for methamphetamine?
Batu, Crank, Chalk, Chalk Dust, Chunky Love, Cookies, Cotton Candy, Crystal Glass, Crystal Meth, Christina, Cris, Cristy, Dunk, Gak, Garbage, Geep, Getgo, Getter, Go Fast, Go-Go Juice, Hanyak, Hironpon, Hiropon, Hot Ice, Ice Cream, Junk, Kaksonjae, LA Glass, LA Ice, No Doze, Pookie, Quartz, Rocket Fuel, Scooby Snax. Super Ice, Tina, Trash, Wash, White Cross, and White Crunch.
What are the problems associated with occupying a property contaminated with meth?
Any property used for cooking or smoking meth must be acknowledged as a serious health and bio-hazard risk for current and future occupants. Residue generated in the cooking process can seep into walls, porous materials, furniture, sewage systems and ventilation units causing serious financial and health risks.
Can landlords and Property Managers be held liable for tenant health problems?
Landlords have a legal obligation to provide a safe rental property, while property managers also have a duty of care to protect the health and safety of tenants. Any toxins present a liability risk and allowing a contaminated home to be occupied may breach the Residential Tenancies Act in their state/territory, or break building, environmental and health legislation.