Founder & Chief Investigations Officer
A former Detective Sergeant with the Ottawa Police with 32 years of service, Dan was instrumental in the creation of the first Hate Crime Unit in Canada. He has worked extensively in surveillance operations and held a Level 3 counter-surveillance and terrorism certification from the U.S. Department of State. He also led teams of investigators in direct surveillance operations dealing with organized crime in Ontario and Quebec. During his career, Dan has overseen an array of investigations involving fraud, organized crime, hate crimes, sudden deaths, attempted murders, and robberies.
Dan is a leader in Open Source Intelligence (OSINT). He combines his investigative experience with the power of OSINT to link people to specific accounts and IP addresses as well as locations. He prepares court-ready documents that clearly show the links between physical identities and online activity. Dan has lectured and consulted internationally. He has also developed specialized training programs for the Canadian government in the areas of hate and organized crime.
CPA, CA, FCPA, CFS, CICA, CFF, MBA
Lead Forensic Accountant
Marc helps clients identify, trace, and recover financial assets around the globe. He combines traditional asset tracing and recovery methods with the latest technology advancements, including digital forensics and Open Source Intelligence (OSINT).
Working with our team and clients, Marc identifies attachable assets, uncovers sophisticated embezzlement schemes, and maximizes the likelihood of recovery. Marc is a Chartered Professional Accountant – Chartered Accountant (CPA, CA), a Forensic Certified Public Accountant (FCPA, USA), and a Certified Internal Controls Auditor (CICA, USA). He also carries the designation of Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF, USA), and holds both an MBA and a Bachelor of Commerce from the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa.
Lead Field Investigator
Darryl is a former Detective Sergeant with the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). Over his 33 year career, he has supervised countless criminal investigations, including multi-jurisdictional property crime, organized crime, terrorism, violent crimes against persons, and major fraud.
Through the RCMP’s role in NATO’s Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve (CJTF–OIR), Darryl facilitated eleven key courses, using a translator, to share his expertise with Iraqi Police Service (IPS) as well as other regional security forces. Darryl was instrumental in the "Operation Inherent Resolve" training programs at Camp Dublin, Baghdad, Iraq. In Iraq, Darryl managed the safety, security, and performance of Canadian Police Officers deployed to this active conflict zone alongside mission Allies and the Canadian Armed Forces. Darryl participated and delivered daily security briefings, intelligence updates, and was relied upon to instruct police personnel at the Iraq Federal Police Training Academy. Darryl was selected from police officers across Canada to facilitate the Criminal Investigations and Counter Terrorism courses.
Darryl is Inquisitive Intel's Field Investigations Lead.
Lead Fraud Investigator
Tracey has a keen understanding of the methods and motives of people who commit fraud and is certified in financial investigation, fraud investigation, asset forfeiture, mortgage fraud, and investment fraud. Tracey has used her education and experience as a police detective with the Ottawa Police on hundreds of cases. This includes a significant number involving personal and corporate fraud.
The Canadian Bankers Association has awarded Tracey a Law Enforcement Certificate of Excellence for her work on money laundering.
Patrick Dunlop BSc
Open Source Intelligence Lead
Cryptocurrency Intelligence Lead
Identified as an emerging voice and specialist in the OSINT community, Patrick works tirelessly to stay ahead of the curve in the ever changing OSINT landscape.
Patrick is a published contributor with the OSINT Curious Project, a designated industry professional with Team Searchlight, and is fulfilling requests to lecture at Ottawa, McGill and Harvard Universities.
Patrick has a BSc from Saint Francis Xavier University, three professional certificates from Harvard University in computer science, and a collection of OSINT certifications from Bellingcat and Intel Techniques.
Patrick is continually developing and searching for new tools and techniques to capture and preserve digital evidence.
James is Inquisitive Intel's cyber security lead. James has been the Manager of Forensics at both PwC and KPMG, Senior Forensic Analyst at Telus, Advanced Threat Protection Specialist at Symantec, Program Lead for the University of Toronto Cyber Incident Management Certificate, and the Director of Cyber Defence for Paladion Networks.
With over 20 years of experience involving investigations working with private corporations and government agencies. James spends most of his time conducting network threat evaluations, working on digital forensic projects and conducting cyber breach investigations. James has assisted in the execution of numerous Anton Piller Orders and testified as an expert witness in criminal court. James has experience working in the United States, Mexico and Canada.
Fraud and Field Investigator
A former Staff Sergeant with the Ottawa Police, Eric is an experienced investigator with expertise in investigating fraud and proceeds of crime-related offences. He spent 12 years conducting investigations with both the Ottawa Police Criminal Investigative Services and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police “A” Division Integrated Proceeds of Crime Section. Eric taught police officers in Haiti as part of the United Nations mission. He has received the Canadian Police Association Award of Excellence for Bravery. Eric has led several high-profile fraud investigations, recovering money and assets for crime victims.
Kerry Lynn Thompson
Kerry Lynn was a police officer with the Durham Regional Police Service for 16 years, with experience in undercover surveillance and criminal investigations. She has also worked in private security and conducted investigations for insurance fraud and workplace complaints.
B.Tech, M.A.Sc, P.ENG
OSINT Technology Lead
Steve develops software tools that make our Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) team more effective and efficient. Steve has more than 25 years of experience in developing complex enterprise resource planning solutions for major corporations. Throughout his career, Steve has learned dozens of development languages and operating systems. One of his strengths is the use of Python, a language integral to the automation of OSINT searches. Steve graduated from the Waterloo School of Engineering with a Master’s degree in Applied Science.