Forensic Multimedia Evidence
Collect, Clarify, Analyze, and Present Your Evidence
Since August 2000, Ocean Systems has successfully trained over 2300 students in law enforcement video enhancement techniques. Proper forensic video analysis training is as important as having the proper tools, so we provide you with 4 days of forensic video analysis training with the acquisition of your dTective® system.
Certified Vendor Training
Once you have completed a course, you will receive a certificate showing you have been properly trained by the manufacturer or a manufacturer accredited trainer. If you are being offered training by an outside source, please check with us to verify that they are an Ocean Systems Certified Trainer (800-253-7516).
LEVA Certified Forensic Video Analyst (CFVA) or Technician (CFVT)
Once you have completed our Ocean Systems certified vendor training, we encourage you to consider becoming a Certified Forensic Video Analyst (CFVA) or Certified Forensic Video Technician (CFVT) through the LEVA Forensic Multimedia Evidence Certification Program. The combination of training courses will prepare you for defending your evidence in court.
New Burdens For Forensic Video Technicians - Sept 2009
June 2009, the Supreme Court ruled that certified reports from experts or FVAs were no longer admissible as evidence unless the author was made available for cross-examination by the opposing side. By Wayne Cole - Read More
Further Your Career While Saving Your Agency Investigation Costs
An experienced trained analyst can help their department save money by solving more cases in less time. That's a valuable asset. Additionally, being an experience FVA will provide you will additional opportunities after you retire.
Maximize Your Agencies Investment
We recommend each agency send two (2) persons to be trained.
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Bring An Agency Patch To Training
Several attendees from previous classes had taken it upon themselves to bring us a patch from their unit. Proud to have received these gifts, we created a display in our forensic video training lab as a constant reminder of the important work we are doing.