Video Technology in Law Enforcement

Video surveillance is used in almost every investigation, this course was designed for Patrol Officers and Investigators.  Almost everything we do is now being recorded from businesses, homes, cell phones, and other recorders.  Students will first learn about video surveillance technology and how we perceive the recorded image.  Students will learn the best practices in properly obtaining video surveillance from various types of video surveillance recorders to obtain the best quality videos.  Proper handling of Digital Multimedia Evidence will be discussed which will increase the likely hood of court admissibility in criminal and civil cases.  Forensic Video Enhancement software will be discussed that can be used to clarify videos and images.  This will include a hands-on training using various DVR systems to extract video files.

This course will be a two-days (16 hours)

Topics Include

  • Video technology and the human eye
  • Best practices in collection and handling of video evidence
  • Using different types of Digital Video Recorders
  • Advanced Facial, Vehicle, and License Plate Recognition equipment
  • Forensic Video Enhancement software
  • Compare and Contrast Forensic Video Analysis
  • Video Surveillance in courts

Date and Time

Monday and Tuesday, March 18 and 19, 2024
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Homeland Security Education Center (HEC), Room 2032
Hours: 16
Tuition: $225

Inquire about HSTI Classes