Robert Sanderson is available for speaking engagements throughout the Unites States. For more information or to schedule, please contact us.
On March 18, 2021 Rob was proud to address the Dutchess County Bar Association with a two hour CLE class entitled “Making The Most Of Video Evidence In a Legal Setting”.
On May 16, 2021 Rob presented “Making The Most Of Audio Evidence In a Legal Setting” to the Maryland OPD 2021 Annual Conference.
New Jersey Office of the Public Defender, Continuing Education Program
On May 11, 2017 Rob spoke to an enthusiastic packed house of attorneys and investigators on Understanding, Using and Interpreting Digital CCTV Video Evidence.
There are many types of video evidence now in regular use as evidence including CCTV, DashCAM, TaserCAM and BodyCAM and CellCAM. This seminar covered the analysis of motion in these types of digital video as well as the possibilities for misinterpretation, the effects of lenses, digital video recording devices and video frame structure. Proper collection of incident video and preparation of discovery requests were also discussed so as to obtain the highest and best version of the video.
Digital Summit International, August 2010 in Las Vegas featured Rob presenting the following seminars:
Old School Audio in a Digital World
Why a basic understanding of audio engineering is essential to audio enhancement. Focuses on the audio signal, clipping, phase alignment, and adaptive filtering (noise reduction). Features integrated filter/gear strategies meant to function in a real time environment.
Video Lab Strategies: Equip and Train for Success!
The “One Stop Shop” system is a myth. Take this tutorial on planning/budgeting a fully equipped, comprehensive video lab and coordinate staff training in manageable stages through a several year period. Focuses on adding specific capabilities over time which logically builds on personnel development.
Nov., 2009: Rob Sanderson conducts video and audio forensics training for District of Columbia Assn. of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Recently, Rob spoke to a packed house of elite defense lawyers in Washington DC about evidence collection strategies and the current capabilities of a/v forensic labs. The two hour session was created to inform attorneys as to how to collect the highest and best form of case related media from proscecutors, details on proper processing protocols, and featured enhancement examples with before and after clips.
Sept., 2009: Rob Sanderson conducts surveillance video installation training for ASIS Mid-Hudson chapter. ASIS International is the preeminent organization for security professionals. Founded in 1955, ASIS is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and productivity of security professionals by developing educational programs and materials that address broad security interests
MotionDSP ‘Ikena’ Video Forensic Software. Rob Sanderson, early adopter and contributer to the development of Ikena is first private forensic lab certified in its use. According to Rob, “This technology is the latest giant leap in video enhancement software. Truly something to be excited about and should be on the ‘must have’ list of any crime lab.”
AVFL is featured in the April 2005 issue of PROAV magazine. Also look for the article in Law Enforcement Technology magazine in the August 2008 edition. (Available on Officer.com) Rob Sanderson is featured in a primer on how police departments can deal with surveillance video enhancement in an effective, organized program involving forensic equipment and training.
TIP! Surveillance cameras can be used in most exterior residential locations; however, you should remember that a surveillance camera cannot be located where there is a reasonable expectation of privacy