Questions about the promises and dangers of technology have recently dominated headlines—but less often covered are the stories of practitioners and start-ups leveraging their know-how to build peace. On May 31, the Justice Sector Training, Research and Coordination Program and the U.S. Institute of Peace will host a symposium to tackle the difficult questions of how technology can be used to strengthen rule of law, security, community engagement, and relationships between states and the people they serve in developing and conflict-affected areas.
Session One: Innovations in Law Enforcement: Digital Investigative Analysis & Forensic Science: Advances and Setbacks
Lindsay Freeman, Moderator
Human Rights Center Research Fellow, School of Law, University of California, Berkeley
Mark D. Mogle
Deputy Assistant Director for Forensics, International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program, U.S. Department of Justice
Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge, Washington Field Office, U.S. Secret Service
Digital Investigative Analyst, Cybercrime Lab, U.S. Department of Justice