For 10 years Forensic Pathways has been at the forefront of innovation in the forensic field and its continued success has been highlighted through the awards it has won throughout its 10 year history. However, what is more significant is the client base it retains year on year all of whom have to come to trust the Forensic Pathways brand.
Forensics is diverse. From crime scene to laboratory, from criminal intelligence to business intelligence, the scenario is the same. It’s all about understanding the ‘story’. So whether you are from a laboratory, law enforcement, police, fire or any emergency service, looking for the latest equipment or criminal intelligence, data intelligence software, we will work with you to provide a solution. If you are a corporate, SME, or individual looking for computer forensics, due diligence assistance, or assistance in identifying I.P. Forensic Pathways will work with you to help you achieve your goal.
We have a unique set of colleagues within the company, from Forensic Product Specialists, to Software Developers and Coders, to Psychologists, DNA experts, Forensic Evidence experts, to Business experts. All of whom have one thing in common, they see that forensics is all about discovery, about the story, and that the only way to really be successful is to work closely with client to understand their mind-set, their ways of working and their ultimate goal.
We take this opportunity to welcome you to Forensic Pathways and hope that you not only follow our website, but that you also take the opportunity to follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn and that ultimately you see the benefit of becoming an extremely valued client.
Forensic Pathways is an ISO9001 Accredited company and is a signatory to the UN Global Compact on Corporate Social Responsibility.
DEBORAH LEARY, OBE, FRSA
CEO Forensic Pathways Ltd
- Research & Development
- Business Strategy
- Business Build
- International Trade Strategy
- Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy
- Brand Development
Having started Forensic Pathways Ltd in 2001 as a result of developing the world’s first transparent ‘Stepping Plate’ (for which she was awarded British Female Inventor of the Year 2005), Deborah has gone on to be the front face of Forensic Pathways and has developed and led the Forensic Pathways team in terms of business strategy for the past 10 years.
Deborah has significant experience in innovation, research & development, business build and entrepreneurship and has ensured that Forensic Pathways has continued to develop its brand and range of product/service offering to diverse market sectors.
As a result of recognition for her achievements in business build and entrepreneurship, Deborah is also involved in a number of other organizations:
- National President of the British Association of Women Entrepreneurs www.bawe-uk.org reporting into the FCEM World Association of Women Entrepreneurs
- Chair of the Midlands World Trade Forum, a West Midlands regional network supporting businesses involved in international trade. www.mwtf.org.uk
- Deputy Director of the United Nations UK Global Compact Network supporting multi-nationals and SMES in Corporate Social Responsibility, reporting directly to UN Headquarters in New York www.ungc-uk.net
- Development Council Member of the Young Vic Theatre Company www.youngvic.org
- Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts
- Marie-Curie Fellow
In addition to her role as CEO of Forensic Pathways, Deborah runs her own consultancy practice supporting new and growing businesses in terms business strategy, developing their brand, CSR policies and international trade.
In recognition for her commitment to entrepreneurship Deborah was awarded an O.B.E. in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2008 followed by being voted one of the Top 100 Women Entrepreneurs in the UK by Real Business Magazine. Other awards have included the Joyce Award 2009, for commitment to the British Association of Women Entrepreneurs, FCEM International Woman Entrepreneur of the Year 2007/8, European Woman of Achievement 2006 and British Female Inventor of the Year 2005.