The L-Tron team has returned from a successful trip to the 2021 International Association for Identification (IAI) Conference, held in Nashville, TN. This forensic conference – the largest in the world of its kind – took place from August 1-7. This marks the third national IAI event that L-Tron has exhibited and sponsored. The company has also proudly supported many regional IAI conferences and a variety of other law enforcement organizations over the past two decades.
L-Tron’s Andrew McNeill and Julianne Pangal attended this year’s conference, exhibiting and demoing the OSCR360 System. They had the opportunity to network with law enforcement officers, crime scene investigators and detectives throughout the week. McNeill, a retired 20-year Sheriff’s Deputy veteran, also spoke at the conference, presenting on the use of spherical photography for investigator training.
“The IAI Conference is one of our favorite annual shows to attend. This year in Nashville, we were able to connect with many of our current clients. It was great to chat with them about their challenges and learn how they are utilizing OSCR to make their crime scene processing easier. We’re already looking forward to next year’s show in Omaha, NE.”Julianne Pangal, L-Tron Customer Engagement Manager
OSCR360 was well-received by conference attendees and the L-Tron team was pleased to hear positive feedback from current OSCR customers. One law enforcement agency from South Carolina expressed that OSCR makes it easy to share an accurate view of the crime scene with prosecutors. Another agency in Florida appreciates the simplicity of OSCR. They also have found it helpful to share/exchange OSCR photos with their Fire Marshal – who also use the system. A department in Colorado shared that they love using OSCR all the time – and have many, many photos to show for it! A state crime lab in the northeast uses OSCR for training purposes and one university-level forensics instructor regularly uses OSCR while teaching his courses.
The overall consensus on OSCR360, as one user shared was, “It’s a big hit. Money well spent.”
Whether OSCR360 is used by police agencies, fire departments, private investigators, district attorney offices, government organizations, or for training in the criminal justice fields, the mission remains clear: to serve justice.
Designed and built from the voice of law enforcement, OSCR captures 360-degree, floor-to-ceiling photographs of the crime scene, ties all digital evidence together within easy-to-use software, and presents the entire case, start to finish, in a compelling virtual walkthrough. OSCR quickly and easily documents crime scenes, helps expert witnesses prepare for trial, and leaves no detail of the crime scene up to the imagination in the courtroom.
With a 20+ year history of ‘Backing the Blue,’ L-Tron works alongside thousands of municipalities in all 50 states and proudly supports law enforcement. In addition to OSCR, L-Tron is also known for its popular 4910LR Driver’s License Reader and eCitation equipment for the patrol vehicle.
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