The Department of Forensic Sciences’ digital evidence unit manager featured on a BBC News.
Updated: Apr 27, 2019
(Washington, DC)–The Department of Forensic Sciences’ digital evidence unit manager is being featured on a First Person segmentby the British Broadcasting Corporation that is scheduled to debut tonight.
Paul Reedy, who started at DFS on July 1, met with reporter Felicia Barr and cameraman Markus Zeffler last week in Reedy’s office at the Consolidated Forensic Laboratory. They discussed Reedy’s illustrious career working for the Australian Federal Police, the state of digital forensic evidence, and what he hopes to accomplish for the District.
First Person is a video magazine in which the subject tells the story in his or her own words. It airs on BBC's World News America broadcasts at 5, 5:30, & 6 pm on BBC News Channel, and locally on WETA.