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Two successful weeks of LEVA classes occurred in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Audio Forensics was led by Dave Hallimore and assisted by JJ Ruano.
Roy Dunkelbarger and Keith Swanson conducted Forensic Video Analysis training with JJ Ruano as Lab Assistant.
The training was hosted by the Douzone Forensic Center for the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority.Add a comment
LEVA’s Level 1 and 2 courses will be conducted in the United Kingdom next year at Nottingham Trent University (NTU).
The classes are hosted by the Nottinghamshire Police in partnership with this prestigious university which is centrally located in England.
Each class can accommodate a maximum of 48 students.
All LEVA courses are detailed at www.leva.org. Select the TRAINING tab at the top and click Upcoming Training Events.
Depending on the success of the NTU courses, Levels 3 and 4 have been tentatively scheduled for the end of July and September respectively.
As of yesterday, three contracted rooms for certain nights remain at the Hilton Clearwater Beach, Florida for LEVA's 28th Annual DME Training Symposium next month.
The LEVA daily contracted rate of $165+tax includes the resort fee, WiFi access and valet/self parking.
Even though the deadline has officially past, you might be able to get the contracted rate. It's based on availability and at the hotel's discretion.
To inquire, contact Cody Walsingham at the hotel: (727) 298-1481.Add a comment
LEVA’s Level 2 course, “Digital Multimedia Evidence Processing” will be held September 25-29, 2017 hosted by the Honolulu Police Department.
This class should be of particular interest to any offices performing digital imaging analysis.
Course details: CLICK HERE
All LEVA classes can be viewed by clicking the TRAINING tab at the top and select Upcoming Training Events.