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.
The Greater Manchester Police will again host several LEVA classes in 2018.
Level 3, “Photographic Video Comparison” will be held the week of April 16-20.
Level 4, “Advanced Forensic Video Analysis & the Law” will be conducted twice in July. That is due to this class holds a maximum of sixteen students. The courses will run July 16-20 and the second July 23-27.
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Since the previous two LEVA Level 1 and 2 classes sold out well before their start dates, LEVA has added another of these classes. They represent the final Levels 1 and 2 for 2017.
A LEVA Level 1 class, “Forensic Video Analysis & the Law”, will be held in Miami, Florida the week of August 21-25 and hosted by the Miami-Dade Police Department. Click HERE for details.
A LEVA Level 2 class, “Digital Multimedia Evidence Processing”, will be held in Nashville, Tennessee the week of August 28 – September 1 and hosted by the Nashville Metro Police Department. Click HERE for details.
Another sold out LEVA Level 1 class graduated after successfully completing the course. The latest hosted by the Seattle Police Department.
Our congratulations to each of them!
The next Level 1 is in Miami later in August. Click HERE for detailsAdd a comment
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After successfully completing the Level 2 class in Manchester, England, “Digital Multimedia Evidence Processing”, LEVA conferred Forensic Video Technician certification to 35 students representing various UK agencies.
The LEVA instruction team of Scott Kuntz, Ed Baker, Larry Compton and David (Spready) Spreadborough were warmly welcomed by students who hope to attend the LEVA Level 3 and 4 courses next year.
John Kennedy, LEVA’s International Strategies Program Manager based in the UK, said, “This is another significant step for the UK’s forensic video and imaging communities to, not only participate in this marvelous training, but to continue developing a robust network for professional collaboration.”