SEATTLE, WA – March 21st, 2023
Located in central Oregon, both agencies chose EvidenceOnQ and DigitalOnQ to streamline evidence handling, monitor retention, and increase transparency. EvidenceOnQ’s deep evidence querying, sophisticated reporting, and precise retention management features allow supervisors and staff to quickly know what evidence they have, where it’s located, and when it can be purged.
Burns and Hines Police also decided to integrate DigitalOnQ with their WatchGuard in-car and body-worn camera (BWC) systems. This integration will make DigitalOnQ the system of record for all their digital evidence – including BWC. Officers will be able to manage crime scene photos and videos, BWC video, in-car video, audio interviews, drone video, citizen shared evidence, and all other digital evidence collected during an investigation in DigitalOnQ.
These solutions will be deployed at both police departments by a FileOnQ Customer Success Team. The team brings vast law enforcement experience in several areas, such as evidence management, crime scene investigation, and administration. They provide real-world expertise and extensive hands-on training during the installation and beyond. The goal of the FileOnQ team is to instill quality, accountability, and professionalism for each agency during the implementation and long into the future.