Course Length: 4 Hours
Meet your Instructor
Glenn Bard & Scott Lucas
Glenn is the Chief Technical Officer at PATCtech.
Scott is a retired Pennsylvania State Trooper.
Glenn Bard is a retired PA State Trooper enforcement officer and U.S. Veteran of Operation Desert Storm. In 1999 Glenn was selected as a Computer Crime Investigator for his state law enforcement agency and has since investigated crimes across the United States ranging from Child Pornography to Criminal Homicide. Glenn has also conducted forensic examinations for city, state and federal Law Enforcement agencies including the FBI, US Postal Inspectors, and I.C.E. Due to his training and experience, Glenn has been certified as an expert witness in the areas of Computer Forensics and Computer Technology. Additionally, he has been a speaker for dozens of organizations, to include the Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law, Pennsylvania Fraternal Order of Police, Illinois Fraternal Order of Police, New Jersey Fraternal Order of Police, Federal Fraternal Order of Police, and the Institute of Law Enforcement Education, among many others. Glenn developed and instituted a Computer Forensics program at the Westmoreland County Community College where he is a faculty instructor in the Computer Technology division. Glenn is a national instructor and consultant for the Public Agency Training Council on the topic of Criminal Investigations of Electronic Storage Devices. For PATCtech, Glenn oversees all technical operations for Digital Forensic and Data Services.
Scott Lucas is a US Army veteran and retired Pennsylvania State Police Trooper. Scott served for 20 years with the PA State Police, spending 10 years as a Criminal Investigator and 7 years as a member of the Computer Crime Unit, and successfully investigated and prosecuted a myriad of crimes, up to and including Criminal Homicide. As a computer forensic examiner for PSP, he assisted members of his agency, as well as officers from other local, state and federal agencies, with computer related crimes, as well as performing pro-active investigations into child luring and the sharing of child pornography over the internet. Scott developed curriculum and provided training to the members of his department, as well as other departments in Pennsylvania, in computer crimes and investigations. Since his retirement from PSP, Scott has been instructing public agency personnel from around the country in all aspects of digital forensics and computer related crime. Scott has testified extensively in state and federal proceedings, and has been qualified as an expert witness in Digital Forensics in both state and federal courts. Additionally, he has been invited to speak to state and local law enforcement agencies, crime victims’ service organizations, school districts, professional organizations, and human service agencies.