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June 2020

Timed for UK FVA Community (Open to All): ON-LINE Problem Solving Workflow

June 8
ON-LINE,

Streamed live Monday June 8, 1400 - 1630 UK Time / 0800 - 1000 CT LEVA membership is NOT required to take this course. WHO CAN ATTEND? Beginner to advanced forensic video technicians and analysts with priority to those who have successfully completed the LEVA Level 2 class. “Digital Multimedia Evidence Processing” and who are currently tasked with video clarification responsibilities. NOTE: Class size is limited to ten students. TRAINING OBJECTIVES:  Students will gain experience articulating specific problems and their…

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Timed for UK FVA Community (Open to All): ON-LINE: Workflow Analysis 101

June 9 - June 12
ON-LINE,

Streamed live Wed., June 10, 3 PM UK Time / 7 AM PDT and Friday June 12, 3 PM UK Time / 7 AM PDT.  LEVA membership is NOT required to take this course. These identical two-hour workshops are being offered in a virtual live format. Each class is limited to ten students. This class is a prerequisite class to the Workflow Analysis 201 class to be scheduled. You’ve recovered video evidence. Now what? This two-hour on-line class is designed to be…

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Courtroom Testimony for Expert Witnesses June Course SOLD OUT

June 15 @ 8:00 am - June 17 @ 5:00 pm
ON-LINE

NEXT AVAILABLE COURSE DATE: July 13-15 *June 15-17 Class SOLD OUT* LEVA membership is NOT required to take this course.  The Courtroom Testimony for Expert Witnesses course is now being offered in a virtual live format. We recognize that traveling for training is not feasible this year and so we are bringing the training to you. Click HERE for course detailed description WHO SHOULD ATTEND?  This three-day course is specifically designed for experts (and experts in training) in ANY area…

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ON-LINE Problem Solving Workflow

June 22 - June 27
ON-LINE,

Streamed live Monday June 22, 7 - 9pm Central Time; Wednesday June 24, 8 - 10pm Central Time and Saturday June 27, 10am - 12 noon Central Time LEVA membership is NOT required to take this course. All classes are identical. Choose the one that best suits your schedule. WHO CAN ATTEND? Beginner to advanced forensic video technicians and analysts with priority to those who have successfully completed the LEVA Level 2 class. “Digital Multimedia Evidence Processing” and who are…

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July 2020

LEVA Level 3: The Principles of Forensic Video/Image Compare and Contrast: Austin, TX

July 13 @ 8:00 am - July 17 @ 3:30 pm

Course Overview The Principles of Forensic Video/Image and Contrast focuses on the science of comparing known items with CCTV images of questioned items. The process of analysis and examination of the characteristics found in questioned evidence is studied in detail. Using the latest imaging technologies, students are exposed to an advanced scientific workflow for the hands-on analysis of video evidence, comparative chart production, criminal-case report writing and courtroom presentation. Course Location: Texas Department of Public Safety, 5800 Guadalupe St., Building U, Austin, Texas 78752.…

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ON-LINE: Courtroom Testimony for Expert Witnesses July Course

July 13 @ 8:00 am - July 15 @ 5:00 pm
ON-LINE

To be streamed July 13-15 , 2020.  LEVA membership is NOT required to take this course.  The Courtroom Testimony for Expert Witnesses course is now being offered in a virtual live format. We recognize that traveling for training is not feasible this year and so we are bringing the training to you. Click HERE for course detailed description WHO SHOULD ATTEND?  This three-day course is specifically designed for experts (and experts in training) in ANY area of expertise. Even though…

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LEVA Level 4: Advanced Forensic Video Analysis & The Law: Austin, TX

July 20 @ 8:00 am - July 24 @ 5:00 pm
Texas Department of Public Safety

Course Overview This course is primarily hands-on in which students process video evidence, write a report and present it in a moot court. Perfecting the CV is also featured. Class size is limited to 16 students. This 40-hour advanced level of instruction focuses on case law and relevant issues as well as advanced forensic video analysis techniques. There is considerable discussion of the legal issues surrounding the seizure and examination of digital CCTV images. Grading will be based on practicals throughout…

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LEVA Level 1: Forensic Video Analysis & The Law: San Antonio, TX (5 Seats Left)

July 27 @ 8:00 am - July 31 @ 5:00 pm

Course Overview: The increased use of digital video systems by the general public has made digital multimedia evidence (DME) a significant and integral part of modern criminal and civil investigations. Since there is no standard video recording system in use, the need for trained individuals who know how to properly recover this type of evidence has increased. Properly acquiring DME is crucial, as all other processes or use of the video is impacted by accuracy of the recovery. This course…

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September 2020

LEVA Level 3: The Principles of Forensic Video/Image Compare and Contrast: Nottingham, England POSTPONED!!

September 7 @ 8:00 am - September 11 @ 3:30 pm
Nottingham Trent University, UK

WHO CAN APPLY: Graduates of the LEVA Levels 1 and 2 courses. Course Location: The course will be hosted by the Nottinghamshire Police and held in partnership at Nottingham Trent University, School of Science & Technology, Clifton Lane, Nottingham NG11 8NS. Course Instructor: Tracy Peloquin, Alan Salmon Course Overview: The Principles of Video/Image Compare and Contrast focuses on the science of comparing known objects with CCTV images of questioned objects. The process of cataloguing class characteristics and unique characteristics found in questioned evidence is examined…

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LEVA Level 1: Forensic Video Analysis & The Law: Birmingham, England: SOLD OUT!

September 14 @ 8:00 am - September 18 @ 3:30 pm
West Midlands Police HQ

The class is full. To be added to the Wait List, contact Jan Garvin, LEVA Executive Director, training@leva.org Course Overview: The increased use of digital video systems by the general public has made digital multimedia evidence (DME) a significant and integral part of modern criminal and civil investigations. Since there is no standard video recording system in use, the need for trained individuals who know how to properly recover this type of evidence has increased. Properly acquiring DME is crucial,…

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