May 5, 2020 at 7:30 pm
Annual General Meeting and Election of Officers, CAPA Results followed by speaker Detective Constable Scott Kennedy on Police Forensic Photography.
Detective Constable Scott Kennedy’s Biography
Detective Constable Kennedy began Policing in 1998 and started Scenes of Crime work in 2002. He has always been interested in Photography which led to Photography courses at Mohawk College both to advance interest and career. He completed Basic Forensic Identification Course from the Canadian Police College in Ottawa in 2009. Since that time Scott has been working with the Forensic Identification Services for Halton Regional Police Service. He has completed multiple Advanced Photography courses through the Ontario Police College and Laurentian University earning a Bachelor of Forensic Identification degree in 2016.
Scott has developed and assisted with the introduction of advanced photography techniques within the Forensic Office including:
– Narrow band filter
– Coaxial light box
– Coherent Tracer Laser
– Infra-red and Ultra Violet examination and photography
– Chemical Processing for fingerprints; Indane Dione
– Scene photography using an Unmanned Aerial System