Grant Fredericks appears on Anderson Cooper 360 investigating the death of Kendrick Johnson. Grant exposes missing segments in video from the Georgia high school.
Grant Fredericks narrates for BBC Radio in London regarding the latest video released by Boko Haram kidnappers. The United Nations recently designated Boko Haram a terrorist organization. Mr. Fredericks explains the methodology available to the intelligence communities to exploit the video images and data in order to identify potential locations where the video was recorded.
One of many appearances and stories featuring Grant Fredericks and LEVA over the last week.
Grant Fredericks has requested to relinquish his role as the primary instructor for LEVA’s video forensics training program. The Board accepted his request with the utmost respect and admiration for his service in that role since 1998.
FVS’s project management was recognized with two prestigious awards last week at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) 2012 Annual Conference in San Diego, CA.
Grant is interviewed about a video released by Sanford PD.
The 2011 hockey riots in Vancouver proved the value of the latest innovations in forensic video technology. THE CITIZENS of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada are unlikely to recall anything very positive regarding the night of June 15, 2011. That was when the Vancouver Canucks lost the Stanley Cup Finals to the Boston Bruins—prompting an estimated 150,000 people to riot in downtown Vancouver. In just a few hours, the offenders managed to amass nearly $4 million in damage.
In a few weeks, Vancouver’s riot investigators will travel to a lab at the University of Indianapolis where they will team up with about 30 forensic video experts from around the world to process and analyze 1,600 hours of riot footage.