War on Terrorism

Friday, March 26, 2010

Laser Scanning for Forensics and Homeland Security

WHEN : April 1, 2010 1:00 p.m. EDT

TO REGISTER FOR THE WEBCAST GO TO:

http://video.webcasts.com/events/leic001/34117/index.jsp?adid=LEI

COST: This briefing is free of charge and is only open to law enforcement agencies

MORE INFO AT: www.leica-geosystems.com/us/forensic

WHO SHOULD VIEW:
• Homicide Detective
• Prosecutor
• Homeland Security Official
• Crime Scene Investigator
• Forensic Scientist
• Explosive Ordinance Disposal Technician
• Special Weapons And Tactics Personnel
• CBRNE responders
• Coroner Medical ExaminerC
• Firearms Examiner
• Crash Reconstructionist

Applications for 3D laser scanning:
• Crime Scene Investigation
• Vulnerability & Threat Assessment
• Officer Involved Shootings
• Crash Investigations & Industrial Accidents
• Shooting Reconstruction
• Post-blast Investigation
• Fire Scene Reconstruction

Benefits:
• Preserve the scene exactly the way it was discovered
• Provides accurate security preplanning data
• Generate high-value “rapid response” data within minutes
• Virtually revisit and measure the scene any time in the future
• Enable prosecutors to place the jury into the crime scene
• Easily understand what a witness could have seen from where
• Works day or night, long range, eye safe. Defeats “The CSI Effect”

Further Information
Tony Grissim
Public Safety & Forensic Account Manager Leica Geosystems Inc.
Phone 831.643.2972 (desk & cell)
e-mail: tony@lgshds.com
Please visit our public safety and forensic web site at:
www.leica-geosystems.com/us/forensic

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