Gary Schmidt: Gary has worked in the field of computer forensics serving as the primary forensic investigator for the Norman Police Department. He has countless hours of experience in the preservation, collection and analysis of digital evidence as well as in providing courtroom testimony. He holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Information Systems Management. He is a Certified Encase Computer Forensic Examiner (EnCE) and Access Data Computer Forensic Examiner (ACE).
Ron Collett: Ron began his career in the U.S. Navy working on combat information systems and crypto-logic security. Since then, he has worked on high-technology criminal investigations, counter terrorism investigations with the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force, and has over a decade of experience in providing courtroom testimony in criminal cases. He has completed the National White Collar Crime Center’s Data Recovery and Analysis courses at all levels. He serves as a certified instructor of search and seizure, evidence handling practices, and electronic seizure practices. Ron holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Oklahoma.
John Terry: John has served in law enforcement and Computer Forensics for nearly 15 years. He is active in computer forensics investigations and education and has been an adjunct professor for Redlands Community College, teaching Criminal Procedures for Computer Crimes as well as a member of the Redlands Community College Computer Forensic Advisory Board. John holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Lee University.