Above is a representation of a report showing two mobile telephone numbers that appear in three different cell dumps.  This type of analysis is useful for identifying serial offenders responsibe for crimes in the respective cell areas between the given times and dates.  Filter options are also available to exclude mobile numbers such as those used by mobile EFTPOS devices in taxis.


While CallRunner is not intended as a graphical presentation application, many charts are available, as well as tools to add or link entities while in the chart mode.



The features available from Google Maps have been used to produce Reports on general locations of phone calls made from a subject mobile phone on a nominated day.



Here, CallRunner has identified the Telephone Exchange, Bondi, from the subject land-line number.




Above is one form of a chronolgy graph, in this case showing cascading calls linked back to a nominated call.



 Above is a Call Cascade Report, showing subsequent linked calls following a given call (There are over seventy Reports available in CallRunner - and growing)


This is the screen where a telephone format is user-defined.  There is at-hand access to overseas dialling codes, to a web site to determine area code positions in the number for the subject country, and a How To video to demonstrate the definition process to the uninitiated. Once the format of the number is user-defined - that's it. 


CallRunner uses a check-sum formular to verify any imported IMEI number.  Some Service Providers will substitute a zero for the last number in an IMEI number. If the check-sum does not tally, a question-mark is appended.  If the check-sum does not tally and the last number is a zero, CallRunner will replace the zero with the correct number, and flag it with an 'M' for Modified.


There is a lookup facility to query IMSI numbers to determine the Country and the Service Provider.  If IMSI numbers are included in a Call Charge Record row, CallRunner will use the number to identify the Service Provider.