Ocean Systems, provider of forensic video analysis solutions, has announced a new training course: DVR Assessment and Video Recovery. This class will provide students with an overview of the multiple challenges that may arise when acquiring digital video evidence using multiple techniques. It has been developed based on the Law Enforcement & Emergency Services Video Association (LEVA)’s “Best Practices for the Acquisition of Digital Multimedia Evidence,” with consideration also given to various other industry related guidelines and best practices.
This three-day course will also provide instruction on Ocean Systems' latest solutions for DVR recovery and digital evidence management, to include Omnivore, the Omnivore Field Kit, and Ocean Systems’ soon-to-be-released digital evidence management solution.
The first class will be held in Tacoma, Wash., at the Tacoma Police Headquarters April 8-10, 2014. The instructors will be Larry Compton and Edward Baker, who are both Certified Forensic Video Analysts with extensive law enforcement backgrounds and who are recognized instructors in various digital and multimedia evidence topics.
Upon successful completion of this course participants will be familiar with common technical and legal issues related to the acquisition and use of digital video evidence. The learning environment consists of lectures, real world examples, and hands-on exercises. Anyone completing this course will be provided a certificate of completion (worth 24 hours of vendor training) that can be applied toward a LEVA certification.
This course is recommended for anyone who will be responsible for the recovery of digital video evidence from CCTV systems.
About Ocean Systems
Since 1999, Ocean Systems has been providing multimedia evidence collection, clarification and analysis systems to law enforcement. Since then, our solutions have become an industry standard and the solution of choice of over 1,800 Local, State and Federal Law Enforcement Agencies in the US and around the world.