Brought to you by:
California Department of Justice
- Demonstrate a competency to accurately and reliably examine digital video evidence for the purpose of furthering a criminal investigation
- Demonstrate a proficiency in conducting basic image capture processes
- Learn to accurately produce subclips of relevant video data from larger video files
- Test, define, and articulate the technical limitations of proprietary digital video players
- Demonstrate techniques to determine accurate image refresh rates for the purpose of determining timing and other issues relating to motion and force, and to speed estimation
- Investigators will demonstrate a proficiency in the use of both free-ware and specialized COS (Commercial Off-the-Shelf) software for the purpose of producing reliable images and to write accurate criminal investigation reports using embedded video and still images
- Investigators will learn expedited techniques to quickly produce reliable copies of video evidence that will be easily playable in industry standard players for court purposes
Who Should Attend?
- Every Investigator who might encounter video evidence
The session will be instructed by Mark Andrews, a LEVA – Certified Forensic Video Technician, who specializes in training students around the world on the limitations of videos, the use of digital media as evidence, video acquisition processes, video image enhancement, and audio clarification. He has led training seminars in the United States, Mexico, Canada, and South America.