Accelerating Investigations with Next Generation Digital Evidence Management
Every police investigation is a race against time. The first 48 to 72 hours are critical. The longer it takes to develop a lead, identify a suspect or make an arrest, the lesser the chances of solving the case, or obtaining a guilty plea or successful prosecution. Compounding this, today's outdated investigative tools are no match for growing digital evidence. Investigators often have to log onto a dozen systems to collect evidence, then manually sift through it to connect the dots. They then spend even more hours emailing, phoning, filling out paperwork, waiting for analysis results, driving from place to place, and copying and hand delivering files to the DA. If this all sounds familiar to you, you may be relieved to hear there is a better way. 
In this webinar, we'll show you how you can transform the investigative process through automation, and empower your investigators to save time, work smarter, and solve cases faster.
Register to attend this complimentary webinar and learn how to:
  • Gather 90+ percent of commonly requested case evidence through one interface
  • Leverage the built-in intelligence of Digital Evidence Management software to find new leads and uncover hidden connections between evidence items and cases
  • Dramatically improve community engagement and crowdsourcing of digital evidence
  • Relieve investigators of manual tasks and streamline evidence sharing with prosecutors
  • Easily convert video files for playback on any device
  • Visualize evidence in meaningful ways (on maps or timelines)
Thursday , April 4, 2019
11:00 am ET   |    8:00 am PT


Chief Daniel A. Dvorak (Ret.)
Chief Daniel A. Dvorak has 25 years of law enforcement experience with the Newport, RI and Cambridge, MD police departments. He holds a Master's Degree in Administration of Justice and a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice/Political Science. He is a strong advocate for using technology in the police profession to enhance effectiveness and efficiency. Dvorak always enjoyed advancing forensic sciences in his departments and was an adjunct professor in Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics at Salve Regina University, Bristol Community College, and the Community College of Rhode Island.your promotion to drive traffic to your website.
Chief Lee Russo (Ret.) 
Chief Lee Russo has served in law enforcement for over three decades with multiple police departments. He began his career as a sworn officer in the University of Delaware's Department of Public Safety during the early 1980s before joining the Baltimore County, Maryland Police Department, where he worked the majority of his career, retiring as a Captain in 2007. Subsequently, he was appointed as the Police Chief for Covington, Kentucky, and following that, the Chief of Police for West Valley City, Utah. He is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University's prestigious Police Executive Leadership Program and Federal Executive Institute.

Rod Guy,  VP of Strategy, NICE Public Safety
Rod Guy has over 25 years of experience developing products and application solutions to help Public Safety agencies better protect and serve citizens and communities. For the past 10 years, Rod has been working with Public Safety agencies to understand the challenges of managing digital evidence and to develop innovative solutions which improve the usability of digital data, while addressing the need for security, data integrity and cost effectiveness
FBINAA Welcome & Remarks:

John Kennedy
Director, Education & Training
FBI National Academy Associates, Inc.
This Training Webinar was brought to you through collaboration between two leading organizations dedicated to Law Enforcement and the Communities they serve.