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Many departments continue to be overwhelmed by the enormous growth of digital evidence. This isn’t likely going to change in 2023.

Police administrators can expect officers will encounter increasingly more digital evidence (particularly video).

Is your agency being strangled by digital evidence? If so, here’s what to do:

📌 Adopt policies and procedures for handling digital evidence.

📌 Select and train officers in digital evidence handling and processing (and provide frequent follow up training). Checkout NW3C, Inc. (digital evidence training) and Law Enforcement and Emergency Services Video Association(video training).

📌 Provide officers with forensic video and imaging enhancement tools. Affordable tools are available to help investigators play proprietary video, extract still images, perform redactions, and carry out other enhancements. Check out Amped Replay (by Amped Software).

📌 Get a Digital Evidence Management System (DEMS) to secure digital evidence. A DEMS hashes evidence, controls and tracks user access, documents chain-of-custody, and enables officers to review and sort files. Digital evidence can also be easily shared with prosecutors. Check out DigitalOnQ.

More resources available in the playbook, as well as expert advice from:


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