Consistent with revised CDC guidance, vaccinated individuals are recommended to wear a mask when in public indoor spaces where COVID-19 virus transmission is considered substantial or high. Oklahoma County is currently listed as an area of high transmission by the CDC. The CDC further recommends that unvaccinated individuals continue to wear a mask when around others indoors, regardless of their area’s rate of transmission.
Rachael Elliott is a certified Forensic Computer Examiner through the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists. She has also attained ACE Certification from AccessData, and is a Cellebrite Certified Logical Operator, and Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst. In addition, Ms. Elliott is a certified CellebriteCurriculum Instructor. She has been qualified in court as an expert witness in digital forensics within the state of Oklahoma. She has completed evidence examinations in hundreds of cases involving homicides, child exploitation, identity theft, and narcotics investigations. These investigations involved the examinations of computers, cell phones, tablets, thumb drives, and other storage media containing digital evidence. For nearly five years, she served as a qualified computer forensics examiner with the UCO Police assigned to the AT&T Digital Evidence and Cyber Security Laboratory. In 2017 she became a full-time instructor with the Forensic Science Institute. In addition to teaching, she continues to work with the Edmond Police Department as a Digital Forensic Examiner and is a member of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.
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