Earlier today I completed upgrading our Online Training Library and our members-only Chat system. The most significant changes are a new Instructor Control Panel for the training library, and permissions related changes to our members-only chat; registered Students no longer have access to our chat system.
The DME Resources chat system is only available to verified members of our Professional Community. Registered students still have basic access to our Private Messaging system and Training Course forums for communicating with instructors, as well as access to my Help Desk for reporting bugs or submitting Trouble Tickets.
Development of the online training library itself has been delayed largely due to my other professional commitments and priorities. I remain committed to the project and I’m excited to finally be working on my first DME related course, which will be made available for subscription later this year.
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This past weekend I migrated the entire DME Resources site to a new platform and updated multiple components, including member profiles, member chat, member messaging, our HelpDesk and Downloads. A few new features:
After the break you'll find several images of a bogus Person of Interest (PoI) that were recorded by a DCCTV system. Two different analog CCTV cameras with built-in IR illuminators were connected to the black-box, h.264 DVR. These JPG images were exported from the DVR’s proprietary player. All of these images exported at 704 pixels by 480 pixels. When the recorded video is played back via the proprietary player it is displayed at 630 x 455; however, analysis of the proprietary file and exported AVI files reveals both of those contain a 704 x 480 video stream.
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Registration is now open for the Law Enforcement & Emergency Services Video Association (LEVA) 26th Annual Training Conference being held November 2 - 6, 2015 in Clearwater Beach, Fl. Hope to see you there!Discuss this article in the forums (1 replies).
On 2/5/2015 SWGDE released a new draft document for public comment; "Best Practices for the Recovery of Data from CCTV Digital Video Recorders".
"The purpose of this document is to provide advanced practices for data recovery from CCTV DVRs when the data cannot be recovered via the guidelines provided in the SWGIT Best Practices for the Analysis of Digital Video Recorders."
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DVR Assessment & Video Recovery
Jun. 16th - 18th, Rochester, NY
This 3 day training class will provide students with an overview of the multiple challenges and issues that may arise or should be considered when acquiring digital video evidence.
This course is being provided by Ocean Systems and hosted by the Monroe County Sheriff's Office, Rochester, NY.