Well, for starters, what is crash reconstruction? Crash reconstruction is the process through which investigators determine how and why a collision occurred, ultimately determining whether or not a crime has been committed. A crash reconstructionist, or reconstruction team, must observe, gather, and preserve evidence from the scene, study the events surrounding the crash, and piece …
You’ve finally completed ordering new patrol vehicle technology for your agency’s fleet. You’ve got your driver’s license readers, your laptops, your printers. You’ve even ordered printer paper. All that remains is installation and you’re good to go. Right?
It’s important that you don’t overlook the right type of mounting equipment for your vehicles. Technology that isn’t properly secured can lead to disaster during a high-speed chase, sudden stop, sharp turn or collision. Since safety comes first, be sure to shop for the mounting equipment designed specifically for your in-car equipment, as well as what will work with your vehicle makes/models. So, what type of mounting equipment does your patrol vehicle need?
A career as a first responder can be a thankless job. This year, the very first National First Responders Day is coming up on Thursday October 28, 2021. This marks a great opportunity to show our first responders that we care. L-Tron would like to share a few positive stories from our team members, as well as some practical ways that we can all show support to the first responders in our communities.
COVID-19 has impacted life as we know it in more ways than we could have imagined. Now, with talk of the global “pandemic” becoming an “endemic,” it looks like some of the changes we have experienced are probably here to stay. What does that mean for your warehouse or manufacturing facility?
This blog will discuss 4 observations we’ve made in regards to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the impacts on warehousing and manufacturing, and why these industries should adopt a LEAN, efficient warehouse during the global pandemic.
Welcoming new technology into your courtroom presentations may improve your conviction rate and assist in serving justice. Fear of failure is a funny thing. It can prevent you from making a terrible mistake. But, it can also hold you back from accomplishing something new and incredible. Technology in the courtroom. As technology continually evolves in …
When you are processing a crime scene, it’s important to document how the scene was originally found. While overall photographs, crime scene video and spherical photography can all accomplish this, there are pros and cons to each. At the end of the day, you as an investigator or crime scene technician must have an all-encompassing visual depiction of the scene, and you must be able to speak to where pieces of evidence were discovered.
Arson cases can be difficult to investigate and prosecute. An arson conviction requires a thorough investigation of the fire scene, meticulous scene documentation and evidence collection, follow-up on all interviews/leads, and a strong courtroom presentation. Discover four factors that can contribute to winning an arson conviction.
Upon arrival to a fire scene, a fire investigator must immediately assess the situation and begin a systematic and deliberate investigation – particularly if there is a possibility that the fire was intentional. If an arson case is to have any chance of being successfully prosecuted down the road, every “i” must be dotted and every “t” crossed during the investigation. When arson is suspected, the investigator is ultimately responsible for identifying and collecting evidence to support proof of incendiarism, proof of opportunity, proof of motive and connecting the evidence.
Resources to simplify your next barcode label purchase. Barcode labels might seem like a simple purchase. I mean, they’re labels, right? Click “add to cart” and move on with your day. Fairly straighforward. Well, believe it or not, there’s actually a bit more to purchasing barcode labels than you might think. For instance, have you …