The L-Tron team is attending the Texas Division of the International Association for Identification (Texas IAI) Conference from June 7-8, 2023. The team will be showcasing the OSCR360 system for crime scene investigation and prosecution. This year’s annual Texas IAI conference, which is geared toward law enforcement and crime scene investigators, identification specialists, forensic scientists, and criminal identification students, is being held at the Holiday Inn Austin Town Lake.
Over the years, L-Tron has proudly supported numerous international and regional IAI conferences across the country. This will be the team’s first time attending the Texas IAI. John Dobies and Julianne Pangal will be available throughout the show to demonstrate the patented OSCR360 system, which captures, stores and presents crime investigations in 360-degrees.
L-Tron’s Law Enforcement Support team member, John Dobies will present his, “HRSI: Hunting-Related Shooting Incident Property Damage Case” on Wednesday, June 7 at 9:00 AM. Dobies, a certified NYS Lead Crime Technician and retired environmental conservation officer, has three decades of experience investigating crimes. He is also a respected college-level Wildlife Crime Scene Investigations and Forensics instructor.
Other presentations at this year’s Texas IAI Conference are scheduled on various topics, including counterfeit currency, forensics standards, latent print examination, vehicle processing, expert courtroom testimony, and more.
OSCR360 was built to capture and visually present the facts of a case, providing context to viewers via a virtual walkthrough of the crime scene. An OSCR project begins by capturing 360-degree images at a crime scene. Then, using OSCR’s presentation software, investigators add individual pieces of digital evidence as clickable points of interest within each 360-degree image. The result is a well-organized, comprehensive visual case file that can be used to virtually walkthrough the crime scene, share with prosecutors, and present to the jury during trial. OSCR360 is currently being used by hundreds of agencies nationwide for crime, crash, and fire scenes.
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