Meet the team
Your tutors are experts in their fields and bring to the course academic rigour and objectivity, together with practitioner focus and know-how. Combined they create an unparalleled team, uniquely equipped to help create high standards of professionalism within the field of CCTV Analysis.
|Dr Dhiya Al-Jumeily is a Principal Lecturer in eSystems Engineering and leads the Applied Computing Research Group (ACRG) as well as the eSystems Engineering Laboratory at the Faculty of Technology and Environment. He has developed the first online MSc and BSc Courses for Liverpool John Moores University. Dhiya has published numerous refereed research papers in multidisciplinary research areas including: Technology Enhanced Learning, Applied Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks, Signal Prediction, Telecommunication Fraud Detection, Image Compression and Multimedia databases|
|PC David Spreadborough started his Police career in the Metropolitan Police Service in 1991.|
After transferring to Cheshire Constabulary, he developed the County’s first Divisional Video Investigation Unit in 2002. Video Investigations were formally embraced under the umbrella of eForensics in 2007. Since that time he has worked on many major investigations whilst based at Police HQ in Winsford. He has received training throughout the UK and the US in Video Forensic analysis and is part of the UK’s major incident CCTV retrieval CADRE.
As a result of his work with CCTV and Video evidence he has been awarded a Chief Constable’s Commendation, a Judge’s Commendation and a Chief Superintendent’s Commendation.
|Dr David Llewellyn-Jones is a Reader in Computer Security in the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences.|
David has extensive experience in the areas of computer security and digital forensics, with research interests in efficient forensic analysis techniques, forensic analysis in networked environments, distributed security in networked environments and secure component composition. He is currently involved in a number of projects with partners from industry and the public sector, including acting as research consultant for the University digital forensics spin-out company Forsigs Ltd digital forensics and work in collaboration with the Police in the North West of England.
|Prof Qi Shi is a Professor in Computer Security and Head of Research in the School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences at Liverpool John Moores University. His current research interests include computer forensics, security protocol design, ubiquitous computing security, formal models, sensor network security, and intrusion detection. He has published extensively, and is supervising several projects in these research areas.|
|Dr David Lamb is a Research Fellow in the School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences at Liverpool John Moores University. His current research interests include computer forensics, software engineering, computer security and software development for mobile and web applications. David has extensive experience of software development, and has been actively involved in development of eForensics software; having developed an email analysis tool. He provides technical support and development expertise for the online CCTV programmes.|