The L-Tron team will attend and sponsor the upcoming Chesapeake Bay Division’s IAI Educational Conference in Gettysburg, PA, from March 23-25, 2022. This year’s educational conference will be held at the Wyndham Gettysburg, where attendees will experience lectures, workshops, discussions, training sessions and networking opportunities.
L-Tron’s John Dobies and Julianne Pangal will both attend the event, demoing OSCR360 for crime scene investigators throughout the duration of the conference. Dobies has also been selected to speak on Friday, March 25, from 8:00 to 9:00 AM.
Dobies’ presentation will focus on a hunting-related shooting fatality (HRSI) case that eventually went to grand jury. During the shooting investigation, Dobies captured spherical 360-degree images of the crime scene with OSCR360, which he later presented to the jury while testifying as an expert witness. Dobies clearly portrayed the crime scene from the hunter’s perspective as he walked grand jury through the events surrounding the shooting.
A 30-year law enforcement veteran, Dobies now serves as an instrumental member of L-Tron’s law enforcement support team, sharing his wealth of investigative expertise with police agencies nationwide.
Throughout the Chesapeake Bay IAI Spring Conference, the L-Tron team will be available to show OSCR360 and various case examples to attendees. OSCR was purpose-built from the voice of law enforcement and allows Investigators to capture, organize and present all of their digital evidence. OSCR quickly and comprehensively captures scene overalls and then connects the digital evidence together within the presentation software. Hundreds of agencies nationwide are using OSCR to preserve case evidence in one .oscr file; share critical case information up the chain of command; allow investigators, witnesses and victims to virtually ‘revisit’ the scene; and provide a compelling presentation in the courtroom. OSCR has been successfully used for crime, crash, fire, and environmental investigations, as well as criminal justice and law enforcement courses and incident pre-planning.
About the International Association for Identification (IAI)
The IAI is known around the globe for the advancement of forensics through education. The Chesapeake Bay IAI is a regional division of the 7,000+ member organization and has been in existence for nearly 60 years. The region includes Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Virginia. More information on this year’s Chesapeake Bay IAI Spring Conference can be found at: https://www.cbdiai.org/conferences.html
L-Tron has partnered with law enforcement agencies for more than two decades and is best-known for the 4910LR Driver’s License Reader for eCitation and OSCR360. L-Tron is proud to “Back the Blue” in numerous ways, including employing retired Officers, supporting law enforcement organizations, and hosting educational events for Officers.
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