Digital Media Forensics processes the existing digital evidence obtained through your detective work to recreate crime scenes in 3D, allowing the discovery of scientifically accurate facts previously unobtainable. The digital evidence is then meshed in a variety of formats to clearly present the case to a jury. These scientifically accurate reenactments have been admitted as evidence in courts across the country. For example, we can use BWC and cruiser dash cam footage, bystander cell phone video, and area surveillance video to discover crucial points such as: positions of people, vehicles, and objects; alternate vantage points; and a second-by-second timeline of events.
This whitepaper uses an actual officer-involved shooting as a case study to walk through the Digital Media Forensics process. From this whitepaper, you will understand:
By Knott Laboratory
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