Titolo / Title
Video Evidence: It IS a Forensic Discipline!
Our society is overwhelmed with closed circuit video cameras. These cameras produce video evidence utilized in nearly every major police investigation. Police Investigators are tasked with collecting, preserving and processing all of this digital multimedia evidence. But are police investigators doing this work properly? Are they following established best practices? What are the potential consequences of not following those best practices?
This 45 minutes presentation by the Law Enforcement & Emergency Services Video Association, International will address these questions and the possible, real-world consequences of not following best practices. The importance of training and earned certification of personnel who handle video evidence will be emphasized.
L'intervento sulla Video Evidence proseguirà, in presenza, con l'intervento dell'Ing. Martino Jerian, esperto di video forensics analysis, CEO e fondatore di AMPED.
Relatore / Speaker
Scott Kuntz is a 24 year Deputy Sheriff with the Dane County Sheriff’s Office in Madison, Wisconsin USA.
He is responsible for forensic video/audio evidence analysis, documenting homicides, related autopsies, mass demonstrations, covert surveillance and the management of a large-scale CCTV system in the Dane County Jail and Courthouse buildings. He is a LEVA (Law Enforcement & Emergency Services Video Association Int’l) Certified Forensic Video Analyst, an IAI (International Association for Identification) Certified Forensic Video Examiner and a NATIA (National Technical Investigators Association) Certified Technical Investigator. He is a technology consultant for International Association of Chiefs of Police and National Institute of Justice. He is also a former adjunct instructor of video evidence and ethics courses at Madison College in Madison, WI and an adjunct instructor of a video evidence course at Fox Valley Technical College in Appleton, WI. Scott is an instructor of forensic video, audio and image analysis for LEVA in the U.S. and internationally. Prior to his career in law enforcement, Scott was employed as a broadcast television director and broadcast engineer at NBC.