You’re an investigator tasked to decide what DSLR camera(s) your agency should buy. You’re NOT a photographer, but know how to investigate. You CAN pick the right gear with the right questions:
The investigations division of a Florida Sheriff’s Department is just one of the many agencies who recognized the benefits of the OSCR360 desktop software right from the start. While demoing OSCR360, one detective mentioned to me that they were working on a particularly controversial case involving multiple murders, circumstantial evidence, and more. The department was in the process of putting together a case overview – read how OSCR helped
L-Tron Corporation is pleased to announce that OSCR360 has been featured in the May/June 2020 edition of Evidence Technology Magazine (ETM). The publication included OSCR360 in its “Tool Kit: Evidence Management” article, in a section entitled, “Preserving the Evidence (and Scene) with 360° Imagery.”
Photography is the primary tool for crime scene documentation. Proper crime scene photography is a deliberate and systematic process. Its main purpose is to visually convey all aspects of the scene to someone who wasn’t there. To accomplish this, all crime scene photography consists of three basic types of photographs: overall, mid-range, and close-up.
What is environmental justice? Whether law or potential lawlessness, disconnect between environmental social movements and government regulatory efforts lays in philosophy & approach toward the public’s best interests. The term “environmental justice” first appeared in the 1980’s. Its concepts, however, started with creation of the U.S. Forest Service
Boston Police Department recently completed a day of training with the L-Tron team focused on the OSCR360 hardware and software for crime scene investigation, scene documentation, and case organization. The training occurred over two sessions on November 13th and included approximately two-dozen members of Boston Police Department’s Crime Scene Response Unit.
L-Tron is proud to announce that OSCR360 was purchased by the Police Department in Austin, America’s 11th largest city. Austin Police Department’s OSCR purchase is the first in the state, which means the department is the first in the state of Texas to purchase. They will share their experiences using OSCR and act as a point of reference for other Texas agencies.