GKA acquires Ben Cox & Associates.

GKA Investigations Group is pleased to announce the successful acquisition of leading South Australian Forensic Investigations firm, Ben Cox & Associates. Augmenting their strategic growth plan, the completion of this deal provides GKA with an expanded geographical footprint reaching into South Australia as well as strengthened forensic fire investigation and forensic engineering capability and capacity. “This acquisition […]

Our work in leading forensic science journal

The world’s most widely read forensic science journal, Forensic Science International, has recognised the calibre and expertise of GKAIG’s fire debris and forensic analysis, with a recently published article. In its current edition, the Journal ran a comprehensive review by GKA Analytical Services Laboratory Manager and Forensic Fire Examiner, Alexander Visotin of the book, ‘Identifying […]

GKAIG now in WA

Today marks the opening of GKA Investigations Group in Perth. Led by Forensic Fire Examiner, Peter Jeffrey, the new office ensures WA businesses have full access to GKAIG’s factual and forensic expertise and services. Peter, a Western Australian himself, is excited to be back in WA and leading the investigative team. A highly-credentialed science-based Forensic […]

Greg Kelly interview on Seven News

GKA Investigations Group CEO, Greg Kelly provides his insight into the factors contributing to the severity of the current bush fires. Watch Video

The advantages of a bird’s eye view

Drone technology is revolutionising many aspects of modern life and fire scene examination is no exception. GKA Investigations Group have invested in a Mavic 2 Pro that will be used to enhance examinations and make them safer. A damage assessment can be made very quickly by flying a drone over the entire site. It is a […]

Peter Jeffrey presents at NSW Association of Fire Investigators Education Night

The ability for an investigator to correctly detect ignitable liquids at a fire scene is crucial when determining the cause of a fire. Typically, dogs have been used to help detect suspected ignitable liquids yet increasingly hand-held electronic devices, Photoionization Detectors (PIDs), are being adopted in place of detailed forensic investigation and testing. Earlier this month, Forensic Fire […]

Nick Sutarov to present at lAAI Conference in Las Vegas

An unusual fire examination has led Fire Examiner Nick Sutarov to be named amongst the speakers for the prestigious ITC 2020 Las Vegas conference to be presented by the International Association of Fire Investigators in April of next year. In November 2018, Nick attended a fire scene at a Polyaire commercial complex in western Sydney […]