Former Boston Police Commissioner, Ed Davis, talks digital investigation challenges
Former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis has 36 years of distinguished law enforcement experience, but he’s perhaps best known for his connection to one event. Davis, who was Police Commissioner from 2006 to 2013, presided over the Boston Marathon bombing investigation and subsequent manhunt.
In the video below he discusses why digital evidence was essential to cracking the Boston Marathon and other cases. He also talks about the growing challenges investigators are facing collecting, analyzing and sharing digital evidence from an increasing numbers of siloed systems. Finally, he shares a unique approach to solving this critical information management challenge. I invite you to click on the video below to learn more.
Mr. Davis will also be leading an
on this very same topic at the upcoming International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Annual Conference
on October 26 at 1pm. He’ll be joined by: Lt. Col. (Ret.) Frank Matthews, former Division Commander, Massachusetts State Police, Division of Investigative Services; Bill Taylor, Superintendent, Lowell Police Department; and Rod Guy, VP Strategy & Business Development, NICE Systems. If you’re going to IACP, mark your calendar to attend. You won’t want to miss this panel discussion.