A LEADER IN DIGITAL EVIDENCE

Founded by Paul Reedy, who has over 20+ years experience as a world leader in the industry, 4th Street Global is a consultancy for all things Digital Evidence.

Through a results focused approach, we work to understand each partner and their customer’s needs. We are invested in our clients’ success and provide innovative solutions by anticipating trends and emerging issues.

Paul Reedy

An international change agent with results achieved through innovation and collaborative partnerships. 

Mr. Reedy is an Australian forensic scientist who commenced as a drug analyst and toxicologist in Australia’s capital.

 

In 2002, after working in science and innovation policy, Mr. Reedy commenced with the Australian Federal Police, less than four weeks after the first Bali bombs exploded, to lead the Computer Forensic Team (CFT). This was the beginning of a transformational period for the AFP as Australia met the rapidly emerging challenge of international terrorism.

 

He later went on to manage the whole of the AFP’s forensic capabilities. The CFT, and forensic science more broadly, were fundamental to the AFP’s ability to meet these challenges, particularly the growth in digital evidence which required innovative organisational responses. International engagement and sharing of forensic knowledge were critical aspects of the AFP’s mission.

 

In 2013, Mr. Reedy and his family moved to Washington DC to be part of the DC Department of Forensic Sciences (DFS) which reflected a new approach to forensic science for the United States. He is a member of the Organising Committee for triennial INTERPOL International Forensic Science Managers Symposium and author of the symposium’s review of digital evidence. Mr. Reedy recently moved to the private sector

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“My whole career has been based on making a contribution to the community. I like the puzzle that is forensic sciences and making that work to serve the needs of justice."