Forensic Video & Photogrammetry Training

Forensic video analysis software provider, Cognitech, Inc., is offering a Forensic Video and Crime Scene Photogrammetry Certification Training Course in October 2013.

The course is intended for current and future end-users of the Cognitech Forensic Video Tri-Suite software.

In addition, the course will include the class, "Presenting Forensic Video Evidence in US Courts of Law and the US Court of Appeals," taught by the Los Angeles County Senior Deputy District Attorney Larry Morrison, a pioneer and legal scholar in this field.

The course includes totally new course content and materials, reflecting the latest developments in forensic video science.

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