L-Tron will be speaking and exhibiting at the 2021 IAI Conference (International Association for Identification) in Nashville, TN. The annual conference, which is open to forensic and crime scene professionals, is set to run from August 1-7 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort. L-Tron’s Director of Forensic Education, Andrew McNeill, will be speaking on Wednesday, August 4th, and the L-Tron team will be exhibiting throughout the week at Booth 625.
McNeill’s presentation, “The Big Picture: Adding Spherical Photography to your Crime Scene Training,” will occur on Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 1:00 PM. McNeill will discuss the workflow involved during a standard state crime scene training course at a New York State police academy. L-Tron’s OSCR360 system was used for mock crime scene processing and moot courtroom testimony at this training event. McNeill will share feedback from students and instructors who attended the training, as well as his personal observations.
McNeill, a retired Sheriff’s Deputy with over 20 years of experience, has shared his expertise at conferences, training sessions, forensic photography courses, and college courses nationwide. He is well-versed in the areas of crime scene investigation, collision reconstruction, latent fingerprint examination, forensic video analysis, fire investigative photography and serving as an expert witness during courtroom trials. McNeill has provided technical and consulting assistance to law enforcement agencies and has been instrumental in the development of NYS investigative photography curriculum. He holds a Master of Forensic Sciences degree, as well as ACTAR accreditation for collision reconstruction and IAI Senior Crime Scene Analyst certification.
Developed from the voice of law enforcement investigators and prosecuting attorneys, OSCR360 has been assisting agencies & municipalities across the country with their crime scene investigations. OSCR captures dynamic 360-degree floor-to-ceiling photographs of the scene, ties all digital evidence together within the easy-to-use software, and dynamically presents the entire case, start to finish, with a compelling, virtual walkthrough. OSCR is used by hundreds of law enforcement organizations, fire departments, and district attorney offices to quickly and easily document, organize and present crime scenes and digital evidence. OSCR has assisted in high-profile cases, including the Rideout trial.
L-Tron has supported both regional and national IAI conferences over the years, including conferences held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL; Reno, NV; Richmond, VA; and San Antonio, TX. With a 20+ year history of supporting law enforcement, L-Tron works alongside thousands of municipalities in all 50 states.
The International Association for Identification is a world-renowned organization with over 7,000 members focused on advancing forensic disciplines through ongoing education. Learn more and register for the 2021 IAI conference in Nashville here: https://na.eventscloud.com/ehome/523830?&t=8719ef69614718e2d3b38039a3727cbb
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