Warren Bulmer
Biography

Warren Bulmer has been a member of one of Canada’s largest police services for over 28 years. Detective Constable Bulmer’s policing career has been predominantly spent within the field of criminal investigation including a total of 16 years assigned to Financial Crimes, Major Crime, the Fugitive Squad, and the Child Exploitation Section of the Sex Crimes Unit. Since 2008, he has been an international instructor in computer facilitated crime, having lectured before over 6,000 judges, prosecutors, and police from 39 different countries to date. Detective Constable Bulmer has taught at the United Nations in Bangkok, Thailand, the Canadian Police College, and the Ontario Police College. He is a part-time faculty member at the Humber College Institute of Technology where he teaches post-secondary students about conducting online investigations and open source intelligence techniques (OSINT) in the Protection, Security and Investigations Program. Warren has testified in court on numerous occasions as an expert witness in various capacities relating to digital evidence, computer forensic analysis as well as in the operation of social networks. Warren is a published writer of many articles and a contributing author to the first edition of Evidence and Investigation: From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom. Warren has received awards for investigative excellence and holds a Police Exemplary Service Medal for his continuous public service.

 
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