SIFS India was founded in 2006 by Dr. Ranjeet Singh. It is registered with the Government of India and is an ISO 9001:2015 and 10002:2014-certified Forensic Science Laboratory known to provide qualitative forensic services globally.
With a reliable and optimistic approach to case solving, the organization has over the years gained the trust of its clients and has succeeded in creating a brand not only as a forensic service provider but also as an avid contributor in the field of forensic research and development, forensic education, and forensic training to students and law enforcement professionals worldwide.
Dr. Ranjeet Singh, along with his team of forensic experts, has provided error-free services with the determination to excel on the grounds of forensics.
At SIFS India, we ensure to uncover truth, build trust, and provide justice through a scientifically precise process. Our expert team is fully dedicated and committed to discovering facts, irrespective of the complexity of the case. We assist the legal system by providing precise and evidence-based findings to make informed decisions, thereby ensuring that the truth prevails.
SIFS India’s aim is to be the chief forensic service provider in India and set the gold standard for forensic investigations beyond the boundaries of scientific excellence. We aspire to create an unconquerable reputation of accuracy and be the go-to partner for institutions and individuals alike, while at the same time ensuring that our services are in sync with truth and trust.
Our purpose is to serve law enforcement and society by unveiling truth through strong, scientifically precise forensic solutions. We are committed to delivering services that leave an impact during legal proceedings. Every case we handle is a proof of our promise to work for society's welfare, ensuring justice is served and trust is strengthened. We work to make the world a more reliable and unbiased place.
To date, the company has provided expert opinion under Section 45 of the Indian Evidence Act in more than 12,000 legal and private cases. A few of the domains include: