OSCR360 is assisting police & fire agencies across the country. See how the system was used at a fatal fire investigation in the north eastern U.S.
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
Press Release: The L-Tron team will be attending & presenting at the annual Chesapeake Bay IAI Educational Conference in Gettysburg, PA from March 25-27, 2020. L-Tron’s Andy McNeill, who has presented at several previous IAI conferences, is scheduled to teach an IAI-accredited Forensic Photography workshop on Friday, March 27 from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
There’s a certain “Zen” in what ways a crime scene is documented. Thinking behind documentation – “finding mindful awareness of the present” – is as important as methods used. An investigator can have all the current tech available to document a crime, but if they aren’t “in the moment,” their case can fall apart.
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.