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Our annual Video Evidence Symposium brings together the brightest minds and thought leaders in the world of video evidence. These events are conducted live, but you can access the on-demand content through our online Portal.
Why Choose Our On-Demand Training Content?
World Class Instructors
Grow your Confidence
Over 30% of investigators who have testified in court have less than 10 hours of training – this puts investigators in a very difficult position. Our training content will help equip you to testify with greater knowledge and confidence.
Watch our training content from anywhere in the world through our Portal. Flexible options allow you to choose all content or select industry-specific content.
Earn Training Credits
The on-demand format was perfect as I was able to view the individual classes at my own pace and take breaks when needed. It provided an overview of the many facets of Forensic Video Analysis in the legal field. I was very impressed with the quality of both the presentations and the presenters. Obviously, each had spent many hours preparing for the Symposium. Equally impressive was the support I received from the good folks at iNPUT-ACE.
I am looking forward to becoming a part of this discipline of video analysis.
Alan Michaelis, MSME, PE, Virginia Beach, VA
All-Access Pass: 2020 and 2021 Symposium Recordings
Best value: Looking to learn everything you can about video evidence? Gain an all-access pass to every symposium video from 2020 and 2021.
This course includes all eighteen of our 90-minute training symposium videos – that is 27 total hours of training content!
2020 Video Evidence Symposium Recordings
Did you know that 85% of investigations include video evidence? Video can be your greatest asset in an investigation, or your biggest frustration. In this online course, you will learn from video evidence experts to leverage video evidence in a way that reduces workload, increases case closure rate, and protects officers.
This course includes ten different 90-minute training videos.
2021 Video Evidence Symposium Recordings
Our second annual symposium took a deep look at the growing importance of video evidence. 94% of investigators believe video evidence is critical, and it is no surprise when you consider the impact video is playing in major crimes investigations, accident reconstruction, riot investigations, civilian oversight, and beyond.
This course includes eight different 90-minute training videos.
Investigator Track: What can you learn from Video Evidence?
70% of sworn officers will touch video evidence, but video is not the silent witness many believe it to be. The course offers useful workflows and guidance about what can be learned from video evidence.
This track includes six different on-demand videos that are each 90-minutes long.
Legal Track: Testify About Video Evidence
Whether you are an attorney, police officer, or anyone else who is asked to testify about video evidence in court, you will benefit from this track. Learn from experts who have testified countless times, and enter the courtroom with greater confidence.
This track includes five different on-demand videos that are each 90-minutes long.
Track: Calculate Distance and Timing from Video
Investigators and Accident Reconstruction Specialists regularly use video evidence to calculate speed, timing, and distance. Getting accurate measurements, however, is not as simple as counting frames or using the eyeball test. Learn about proven methods for more accurate calculations in this on-demand training series.
This track contains five different 90-minute videos.
Conducting a Video-Centric Investigation: Preparing for the Endgame
Watch one of our popular symposium sessions for free!
Instructor: Grant Fredericks is a former police officer with over thirty years of experience leading video-centric criminal investigations. He is a Certified Forensic Video Analyst and a contract instructor at the FBI National Academy in Quantico, VA.
Session Description: Video evidence is now part of 70-80% of all criminal cases, but it doesn’t have to be difficult or stand in the way of moving your case forward quickly. This session explores several relevant cases, including video evidence from the George Floyd investigation, to help investigators understand the critical first steps after seizing video evidence.
Outcomes of this lesson: Watch this video if you want to learn more about the following:
- How to expedite your video workflow and save significant time in video investigations.
- Get the most out of your visual evidence.
- Better prepare for the inevitable court challenges.
- Identify if you’re working with the original video file or a lower quality version.
- Understand the technical considerations that can lead to the misinterpretation of an image.
Register and pay for our on-demand training content using the secure checkout form below:
- 2020 Video Evidence Symposium Recordings — $195.00
- 2021 Video Evidence Symposium Recordings —
- All-Access Pass: 2020 and 2021 Symposium Recordings —
- Investigator Track: What can you learn from Video Evidence? —
- Legal Track: Testify About Video Evidence —
- Track: Calculate Distance and Timing from Video —
Frequently Asked Questions
Are CEU credits issued as part of the course?
- Yes, these training courses are eligible for receiving CEUs. We will provide the proper documentation needed for you to submit training hours with your accrediting body.
What if I want to bring my whole team?
- We have flexibility that allows larger agencies to participate under one transaction. Please contact us to discuss our agency license training plans.
Will you host another live symposium soon?
- We will certainly host another live symposium in the future! Stay tuned for an official announcement