Documenting and processing a vehicle with OSCR360

How does OSCR360 assist with documenting and processing a vehicle?

OSCR360 excels at documenting and processing a vehicle, because it allows investigators to efficiently capture every inch of a car, both inside and out, including the rooftop and the undercarriage.

After capturing the scene overalls, investigators can snap individual evidence photographs with their DSLR cameras, and then connect the evidence to the scene as Points of Interest in the OSCR360 software. Crime scene technicians, crash reconstructionists, forensic consultants, and other scene examiners have all found value in OSCR’s ability to capture, store, organize, and visually present the facts of a case.

Watch the L-Tron team review how to document & process a vehicle with OSCR360.

NYS Traffic Safety Conference winner

Can Anyone Use OSCR360? A First-Time OSCR360 User Documents an Event

We asked one of our newer team members to bring OSCR360 along to document a conference. We captured pre-conference set-up, photos during the event, and built an OSCR project with points of interest…all right there at the conference.

Check out our time at ESLETS, documented by a first-time OSCR360 user.

Florida Crime Scene Investigaton Conference 2023

Press Release: L-Tron Returns from Florida Crime Scene Investigation Conference

The L-Tron team has returned from this year’s Florida Division of the International Association for Identification (FDIAI) Conference.

The event was geared toward crime scene investigators, forensics specialists, and other personnel in the law enforcement and criminal justice fields. The team shared the OSCR360 crime scene investigation system with a well-attended crowd, and L-Tron’s Andy McNeill had the opportunity to present one of his case studies.

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Press Release: L-Tron to attend & support upcoming Florida Crime Scene Investigators Conference 

The L-Tron team will be attending the Florida Division of the International Association for Identification (FDIAI) Conference from October 30 – November 1, 2023. The annual conference, which will be held at the Hilton Doubletree Resort at SeaWorld, will include a variety of workshops, lectures, and networking opportunities. L-Tron’s Andy McNeill, an IAI Senior Crime …

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OSCR360: A New Way to Conduct In-House Training for Fire Departments

While on-site tactical training is certainly an important component of a well-rounded training regimen, these types of trainings tend to be costly, time-consuming, and impractical to achieve on a frequent basis.

OSCR360 is a multi-use tool for fire departments of all sizes that allows firefighters and investigators the unique opportunity for limitless in-house training.

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Press Release: L-Tron to Attend the NC, TN, GA IAI Joint Conference in Cherokee, North Carolina

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.

Press Release: LTC Team returns from 2023 International Association for Identification (IAI) Conference

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.”  

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OSCR360 in the News: NY District Attorney Adds OSCR to its Digital Forensics Toolbox 

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. 

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