Forensic Video Solutions has been teaching the science of forensic video analysis more prolifically than anyone in the industry – utilizing state-of-the-art technology such as iNPUT-ACE.

As the principal Instructor for the Law Enforcement and Emergency Services Video Association (LEVA) for over 14 years, Grant has taught over 2,000 video analysts from Federal, State & Local police agencies throughout Canada, the US, South America, Europe and Asia.

LEVA were predominantly held at the Digital Multimedia Evidence Processing Lab at the University of Indianapolis, where Grant was an adjunct instructor from 2004 until 2014.

Grant currently teaches the Photographic Video Comparison course, which is required training for examiners who are seeking to acquire Certification as Forensic Video Analysts.


“Video analysis is the new DNA for law enforcement. It is the next generation of investigation.” – Grant Fredericks


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Our expert analysis experience covers an array of forensic video analysis techniques, including but not limited to:

While there are many characteristics and methods utilized when authenticating video, above are a couple of the video signal characteristics often utilized.

Color Correction

Image Enhancement

Height Comparison

Speed Estimation 

Reverse Projection

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