• Single Screen Entry Booking evidence is made easy with automated and intuitive features that officers love.
  • Courtroom Integrity & Transparency Evidence will maintain its integrity and its Chain of Custody to the court room and beyond.
  • Crime Scene Capture Web Based interface to remotely capture log and manage evidence, images and more.
  • Streamlined Evidence Management Powerful managing and tracking features will save time and improve integrity for agencies.

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Hundreds of agencies at the local, state and federal level have successfully deployed our platform solution to manage not only evidence, but also officer equipment, assets, crime scenes, case management, and more. FileOnQ is much more than a software system; it provides the tools agency's need to work together, increase efficiencies and integrity.

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Hand-written evidence documentation should be a thing of the past and replaced with an automated, intuitive system that is customizable to meet the needs of each agency. Evidence collected at crime scenes should be immediately entered into the system electronically, creating an automated chain of custody that literally starts at the crime scene.



With ever increasing caseloads, prosecutors need time-saving tools to help them manage their cases. Technology today enables them to access evidence information from a Web connection; they can print the chain of custody, view photos, play audio and video recordings, read lab reports, and submit requests and authorizations. 



It is imperative that evidence brought to court have an inherent integrity, professionalism, and security. It must have a solid, unalterable chain of custody with multiple levels of security. Once admitted as a court exhibit, the chain of custody should continue on while in the custody of the courts and throughout the appellate process.



The public has never been more critical of the criminal justice system and evidence management. DNA is solving decades-old cases that provide long-awaited justice, and convicted people are being proven innocent as well. It is imperative that agencies manage not just incoming evidence, but evidence they have had for decades.