The L-Tron team will be attending the NC, TN, GA IAI Joint Conference at Harrah’s Cherokee Resort and Conference Center from October 2-5, 2023. This educational forensic conference, which will be co-hosted by the International Association for Identification (IAI) Divisions of Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee, is geared toward detectives, crime scene investigators, forensic scientists and other public safety professionals. The L-Tron team will be featuring OSCR360 for crime scene investigation and prosecution at the booth and providing product demos to attendees.
The L-Tron team has returned from a successful 2023 International Association for Identification (IAI) Conference in National Harbor, Maryland. L-Tron’s patented OSCR360 crime scene investigation and courtroom presentation system received positive feedback throughout the duration of the event. The company’s Andy McNeill, an IAI Senior Crime Scene Analyst and 20-year law enforcement veteran, gave a well-received presentation entitled, “Something from Nothing: Building a Courtroom Presentation with Limited Scene Documentation.”
L-Tron is pleased to announce that its OSCR360 Crime and Crash Scene Investigation system has been publicly recognized in the Orange County news. The Shawangunk Journal reported on a new Digital Forensic Unit within the Orange County, NY District Attorney’s Office, which will use OSCR360 to map crime scenes and prosecute cases in court.
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 event is being held at the Holiday Inn Austin Town Lake.
L-Tron is pleased to announce that it’s OSCR360 Crime and Crash Scene Investigation system has been publicly recognized in the Columbiana news. A NBC’s 21WFMJ broadcast reported that Columbiana County Sheriffs Office (CCSO) in Ohio has been awarded a statewide grant to fund the purchase of two OSCR360 systems, which will be used to expedite and improve the agency’s criminal investigation processes.
Larimer County Sheriff’s Office has been using OSCR360 regularly for just over 2 years since the system was first purchased by the agency’s Investigations Unit. Though LCSO also owns a laser scanner, the Investigations Unit prefers to use OSCR360 as often as possible, since OSCR’s documentation process is much faster. To date, the team has investigated a variety of crime scenes, including sexual assaults, search warrants and suspicious deaths with OSCR360.
The L-Tron team has returned from a successful New England Division International Association for Identification (IAI) Conference, held outside of Boston, MA. The conference, which was geared toward New England crime scene investigators, identification specialists, forensic scientists, and students took place from December 4-7, 2022. L-Tron’s Julianne Pangal and Ben Peay had the opportunity to network with conference participants and share the OSCR360 system with attendees.