While video footage and photographs are important pieces of evidence, they do not tell the whole story of an incident. For example, body worn cameras only show a limited space rather than an officer’s actual field of view. Digital Media Forensics is a process that uses existing digital evidence (such as video footage) to recreate crime scenes in 3D, allowing the discovery of scientifically accurate facts. The digital evidence is then meshed in a variety of formats to clearly present the case as needed. These scientifically accurate reenactments have been admitted as evidence in courts across the country.
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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