E-Forensics

RON KRAMER:
Ron, a former state and federal law enforcement officer, specializes in matters involving computer technology. Prior to Ron’s entrance into the private sector, he was the Project Manager for the Department of Telecommunications for the City and County of San Francisco. He directed all facets of the San Francisco City Hall Relocation Project with a budget of $8 million. Prior to that role, Ron was a police officer in San Francisco, ultimately accepting an assigned to the Planning and Research Division, where he was responsible for managing the department’s telecommunication infrastructure. Ron began his government service as a criminal investigator for United States Customs Service in San Francisco, where he performed internal investigations into allegations of employee misconduct for two years. Ron is well-known for his ability to bridge electronic technology with policing objectives. Among Ron’s many accomplishments in that regard was his deployment of specialized and innovative communications technology for the San Francisco Police Department in the aftermath of the 7.1 magnitude earthquake that hit the San Francisco Bay area during the 1989 World Series being played at Candlestick Park, which facilitated the police to safely evacuate 60,000 individuals from the game.