Leveraging the power of data in forensics
Watch as a former Portland Police Bureau criminalist shares how the progression of technology from photography to video and 3D data capture impacts the investigative and legal process.
Ken Jones, Criminalist (Ret.)
Ken’s career in law enforcement spans 26 years of sworn service with the Portland Police Bureau, including 20 years as a criminalist in the Forensic Evidence Division and 10 years as an adjunct professor of criminal justice for Portland Community College. He is an expert in latent fingerprints, forensic photography and crime scene investigation. Ken’s experience with a deadly force event as a patrol officer is his primary motivator when training forensic investigators on the importance of accurately and objectively presenting forensic evidence.
Watch as Karen walks you through the crime scene reconstruction workflow
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