CrimeCenter Software, a cloud-based case management platform for police and law enforcement agencies, is proud to announce that Edward Wallace, senior instructor and lead course developer at Louisiana State University and software consultant at CrimeCenter, will be speaking at the 104th Annual International Association for Identification (IAI) Forensic Educational Conference in Reno, Nevada slated for August 11-17.
Wallace, a certified Senior Crime Scene Analyst and retired First Grade Detective from the NYPD, has 20 years of experience in duties ranging from crime scene investigation and shooting reconstruction to bloodstain pattern analysis and various types of chemical, biological, nuclear and counterterrorism investigations.
Wallace will be speaking at three sessions during the conference:
- Advanced Forensic Evidence Identification, Collection and Packaging in Hazardous Environments on Tuesday, August 13 at 8:00 AM in room W041A
- Training Crime Scene Investigators to Safely Process Crime Scenes Involving Weapons of Mass Destruction and Hazardous Materials on Thursday, August 15 at 8:00 AM
- Advanced Forensic Evidence Identification, Collection and Packaging in Hazardous Environments on Tuesday, August 13 at 1:00 PM in room W041B.
“We’re proud that Ed has this opportunity to bring his extensive knowledge and experience to this year’s IAI Educational Conference,” said Mike Cunningham, operations manager, CrimeCenter Software. “This event is the largest forensic and crime scene conference in the world, providing a full week of high-quality, cutting edge education and hands-on training. I have no doubt that Ed will make a meaningful impact on today’s forensic and CSI professionals as he represents his work with Louisiana State University’s NCBRT department.”
About CrimeCenter Software
CrimeCenter Software is a cloud-based case management application built by law enforcement, for law enforcement. Accessible on any mobile or desktop device, CrimeCenter delivers intelligent investigation management and analytics capabilities. It exists to help all agencies – small, medium or large – function more effectively and better serve their communities. Headquartered in Newark, New Jersey, CrimeCenter Software is strategically located just west of New York City.