Crime Scene Imaging: A Practitioner's Perspective

An online discussion, "Crime Scene Imaging: A Practitioner's Perspective," is now archived online and available to view for free.


Listen in on a discussion panel of forensic practitioners who have adopted and implemented one of three panoramic crime scene imaging technologies: SceneVision-Panorama, Panoscan MK-3 or Leica ScanStation C10.

This event provide you the adopting practitioners’ perspectives and you will hear firsthand what has worked and what hasn't in their real world implementations.

Register and view the presentation.

This webinar was presented by RTI International, NIJ's Forensic Science Technology Center of Excellence.

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Digital-Image Management at Mass Gravesites

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