Nearly 200 people gathered at the Hilton Clearwater Beach for LEVA’s 26th Annual Digital Multimedia Evidence Training Symposium the week of November 2.

The Body Worn Video Summit captured the interest of many attendees looking for guidance on how to deal with this evolving issue. Presentations revealed the shared concerns of everyone who sat through the day-­‐long event.

LEVA Body Worn Summit 2015

Six people were recognized for achieving the status of Certified Forensic Video Analyst:

  • Kris Caesar with the Houston Forensic Science Center in Texas.
  • Clint Eastop with the Ottawa Police Department in Ontario, Canada.
  • Steve Lamb with Key Forensic Services in the United Kingdom.
  • Juan J. Ruano with the Miami-­‐Dade Police Department in Florida.
  • Jimmy Schroering with DME Forensics in Manassas, Virginia.
  • David Spreadborough with forensicvideo.training in Cheshire, United Kingdom.
  • Megan Timlin with the Ohio Organized Crime Investigations Commission.

 

A full exhibit floor attracted all attendees to learn more about the latest and coming technologies. And the generous door prizes given away capped the full day exposition.

A strong program had sessions well-­‐attended and provided tremendously beneficial information. And the networking was, as always, priceless.

Jimmy Schroering teaching at the 2015 conference.
Jonathan Hak teaching at the 2015 conference.
Katie Houghton teaching at the 2015 conference.

 

Many attendees and exhibitors are already making plans to attend the 2016 LEVA conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, November 14 – 18.

Arizona Sunset