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Search Result: Evidence Handling

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How to Preserve a Crime Scene

September 1, 2016

It's hard to get a conviction without evidence, so preserve as much of the crime scene as possible.

WatchGuard Video: Evidence in the Ether

March 8, 2016

WatchGuard Video's Cloud-Share helps agencies find, copy, distribute, and track digital evidence via the cloud while still maintaining the original data in their on-premises servers.

Ocean Systems' QuickDME Manages Digital Assets

September 11, 2014
Ocean Systems' QuickDME is a secure end-to-end digital evidence asset manager that is easy to integrate within or between law enforcement agencies, allowing them to automate and standardize the ingesting, storage, dissemination, and tracking of all their digital assets involved in a case.

Salt Lake City PD Rape Data to Go Online

April 17, 2014
Salt Lake City Police Chief Chris Burbank put forward his "Code R Kit Project," which would post online information on 625 rape cases but would protect the identity of victims.

Man Swallows Evidence In Utah

September 4, 2012
A Utah private investigator is suing the Utah Highway Patrol, claiming four troopers used excessive force on him after he swallowed prescription medication. Read the full story here.

Official Misinformation

March 1, 2009

What the exclusionary rule has actually meant in practice is that thousands (maybe millions) of criminals have been able to stop the prosecution from using critical evidence of their guilt to hold them accountable for their crimes.

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