Dr Amandeep Singh Ranu currently, holds the position of Senior Forensic Medical Examiner in independent practice providing services to the Metropolitan Police and G4S Forensic and Medical Services. He is a Registered Medical Practitioner with over 20 years working experience in the UK. His higher clinical forensic training and, working experience has afforded a relevant knowledge-base that renders him capable of expressing an opinion on the subject of injury interpretation.
Dr Ranu undertakes work as an expert witness accepting instruction from the prosecution, defence and regulatory bodies in cases concerning the interpretation of injuries, in cases of assault, wounding from knife injuries and blunt force trauma.
Expert interpretation includes consideration of ageing of bruising and evaluation of the consistency of injuries with the reported mechanism of injury, including consideration of the likelihood of self-inflicted injury.
His expertise also covers the interpretation of injuries sustained by both complainants and detained suspects relevant to Sexual Offence case work,including child sexual assault and child rape. Also the care of individuals suspected of involvement in terrorism related offences. Dr Ranu also regularly prepares expert medical reports for the immigration courts, after examining individuals alleging having been subjected to torture and other forms of ill treatment.
He is well aware of assessment guidelines outlined in the Istanbul Protocol manual on effective investigation and document of torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.
Diploma in Medical Jurisprudence (Clinical) in January 2008 which is a well-recognised postgraduate qualification in Clinical Forensic Medicine.
Cardiff University Bond Solon Expert Witness Certificate by examination, (Criminal Law) 2015.