Colorado Computer Forensics
Colorado's Leader in Computer Forensics and Data Recovery
About Us
John Davis, CFCE, EnCE, A+, Net+
Managing Partner

    Colorado Computer Forensics was founded in 2005 by John Davis, a 24 year law enforcement professional who has been involved in
    high tech/complex crime investigations and forensics since 1993. John has received over 1,100 hours of advanced Computer
    Forensic training from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the National Center for Forensic Science (NCFS), the National White
    Collar Crime Center (NW3C), the Search Group, Guidance Software, Access Data Corporation, the National Law Enforcement and
    Corrections Technology Center (NLETC), and the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists  (IACIS), to name a
    few. John has processed thousands of pieces of computer evidence in homicide cases,  security fraud, contractor fraud, sexual
    exploitation of children, international drug smuggling operations, embezzlement, theft of trade secrets, identity theft, employee
    misconduct, and divorce cases.  John has provided expert testimony in numerous preliminary hearings, motions hearings, and
    depositions and has been recognized as a Computer Forensic Expert in the 1st and 18th Judicial Districts in Colorado.

    In 2001 John was instrumental in collaborating with Denver-metro law enforcement agencies to form a locally managed computer
    forensic laboratory to provide computer forensic services to all federal, state and local law enforcement agencies throughout
    Colorado. By the end of 2001, the Colorado Computer Forensics Lab (CRCFL)  was operational and John Davis was assigned as the
    Operations Manager. John was responsible to train new examiners, developed and managed a peer review process and provided
    oversight to the examiners as they developed into fully qualified, certified computer forensic examiners.   Within a year of operation,
    CRCFL was performing computer forensic services for the FBI, DEA, U.S. Secret Service, ICE, CBI, and numerous other federal, state,
    and local law enforcement agencies. Over 350 cases and thousands of pieces of digital evidence were processed by the CRCFL and
    those cases were supported through the prosecution phase in federal and state court. Even with the volume and complexity of the
    forensic examinations, the average wait time for forensic analysis requests was less than 5 weeks and the CRCFL was recognized
    as one of the top computer forensics laboratories in the nation.



12835 E Arapahoe Rd, Tower 1, Ste 130, Centennial, Co 801112
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