Ross Squire's Curriculum Vitae (Cont ...)

Organisations that have called upon Mr. Squire’s expertise include:

  • AAMI Insurance, Australia
  • Allianz Australia Insurance Ltd
  • AMP Insurance
  • August Bremicker u. Sohne ABUS, Germany
  • Australian Federal Police
  • Chubb, UK and Australia
  • Ford Australia
  • General Motors Holden
  • GIO Australia
  • Mazda, Australia and Japan
  • Mitsubishi Australia
  • NRMA Insurance, NSW
  • NRMA Road Service, NSW
  • NRMA Technical Training and Research, NSW
  • NSW Police Service
  • NSW Police Service Forensic Services Group
  • Royal & Sun Alliance
  • Steadfast Corporation, USA

Peer Review
Mr. Squire’s work sets the standard for forensic lock examination in Australia. His methods and reports have been favourably peer reviewed by North American experts, most recently by the pre-eminent international authority in this area, the former head of the Canadian Mounted Police Forensic Division. A copy of this review is available on request.

Professional development and training workshops recently attended:
Mr. Squire has established and continuously maintains contact with an international network of investigative and forensic experts in private industry, materials science, law enforcement and the judiciary.

  • The IAATI conference in Brisbane, March 2000
  • The Australia and New Zealand Forensic Science Society, Crimtrac 15th International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences March, 2000
  • The IAATI Conference in Canada, August, 2000
  • The IAATI Conference in South Australia, March, 2002
  • IEC Conference, November 2002—presenter
  • IAIL Education Conference, New Jersey, August 2003. Completed nine workshops in forensic locksmithing, attained accreditation as Certified Forensic Locksmith, first and only in Australasia.
  • Fraud International Asia-Pacific Fraud Convention and Trade Show, September, 2003,workshop presenter and speaker
  • IAIL Education Conference, Maryland, June, 2004. Presented two workshops in forensic locksmithing.

Mr. Squire has been recently published in The Investigator, and has been featured or mentioned in other journals