- BSc (Hons) Forensic Engineering
- Police National Training Centre – ‘Crime Scene Examiners’
- GradWeldI 2005
- Member of the Welding Institute
A former Crime Scene Investigator, Daniel has worked as a Forensic Collision Investigator with GBB since 2007.
Within this role he regularly examines motor vehicles in respect of consistency of alleged collision damage and in the ascertainment of how various vehicles and materials behave when impacted as well as the likelihood of occupant movement.
He has been actively involved in many areas of transport related research, such as research into the effects and consequences of motor vehicle collisions including full scale vehicle crash testing and simulator testing.
Daniel has experience acting in an expert witness capacity and has given evidence in court for both civil and criminal proceedings as well as being proficient in the preparation of reports for court.
Daniel is also trained in the testing and analysis of high voltage power cables to discover materials and design limitations and in the use of the electro-magnetic current coating thickness gauge.