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LEVA has just wrapped up three highly successful weeks of training in Singapore. This is the second deployment of LEVA personnel and equipment there. The first series of classes were held in 2013.

A total of more than 130 students from various agencies in Singapore and Malaysia attended the most recent courses presented, “Forensic Imaging Techniques”, Level 1: “Forensic Video Analysis & the Law” and Level 2, “Digital Multimedia Evidence Processing”.

Mr. Francis Teo represented LEVA’s partner in Singapore, PCS Security, to facilitate the program.

Students were exposed to a number of applications including Photoshop, Ocean Systems evidence processing tools and DVR extraction techniques.

LEVA would like to thank Ocean Systems for their continued support and partnership for providing platforms used in this instruction. 

Each of the instruction team members is LEVA certified as an Analyst or Technician.

         Forensic Imaging Techniques instruction team: 

         George Reis (L)

         Tracy Peloquin (R)

         Lab Assistant: NG Chee Wei (Singapore Police Force)



           Level 1 instruction team:

           Scott Kuntz (L)

           Larry Compton (R)

           Ed Baker

           Lab Assistant: HUANG Weiming (Singapore Police Force)



                   Level 2 instruction team:

                   Dean Brown (L)

                   MT Brown (R top)

                    Keith Swanson (R bottom)

                    Larry Compton

                    Lab Assistant: James ONG (Singapore Police Force)


Future plans include additional LEVA classes to be conducted in early 2016.



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