ALH. Forensic Video Analysis Ltd. was founded in 2015 and is owned and operated by AmyLynn Hak, CFVA.


Amy was among one of the first certified Law Enforcement and Emergency Services Video Association (LEVA) Forensic Video Analysts in 2006.  She now sits on the LEVA Certification Committee Board that assesses new candidates for the Forensic Video Analyst certification.


Amy has worked in Law Enforcement since 2001.  She began her career as a Forensic Scientist with the Minneapolis Police Department.  In this position she processed all types of crime scenes, examined and analyzed latent print evidence, and specialized in forensic video analysis.


In 2011, Amy became a forensic video analyst with the Calgary Police Service, Technological Crimes Unit, in Alberta, Canada.  In 2016, Amy transitioned from working for the Calgary Police Service to working for ALH. Forensic Video Analysis full time.


She has testified as an expert witness many times, both in Canada and the United States.


Amy has the ability to work in both the United States and Canada.




Amy obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Biology from Hamline University (Saint Paul, Minnesota).  Since acquiring her degree, Amy has continued to take Post-Baccalaureate coursework in the sciences, media technology, and technical writing.


Amy has a strong background in scientific theory and applies this to her work as a forensic video analyst.  She always maintains an objective view of the evidence and applies a scientific approach to all cases.


Amy has taken many professional courses in order to stay current with emerging technologies in the field of forensic video analysis, expert witness testimony and many industry specific software programs including, (but not limited to), Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects, Ocean Systems Forensic Software, Amped FIVE, iNPUT-ACE, AutoCAD, Revit, 3DS Max and ffmpeg.