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Solving Your Criminal Investigation Challenges with Digital Intelligence

How does your agency make better sense of the digital evidence you have and use it to stop the next crime before it happens?

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Closing Cases with High-Tech Forensics

Tools for digital intelligence analysis, ballistics matching, and crime scene scanning are becoming easier to use and are yielding faster results.

Cellebrite Rebrands Digital Intelligence Solutions Suite, Offers Improved Law Enforcement Products

To help expedite its digital transformation, Cellebrite is now offering its law enforcement customers bundled solutions enabling them to quickly implement law enforcement workflows.

New Challenges in Cyber Forensics

Today's digital investigator must learn how to extract evidence from drones, encrypted portable devices, cryptocurrency trades, and a growing range of appliances and products defined as the Internet of Things (IoT).

New York Might Use 'Textalyzer' to Bust Drivers Using Cellphones

Police in New York state may soon have a high-tech way of catching texting drivers: a device known as a textalyzer that allows an officer to quickly check if a cellphone has been in use before a crash.

UFED Touch 2

Cellebrite's UFED Touch2 can extract mobile device content up to three times faster than the UFED Touch, enabling investigators and examiners to accelerate investigations.

UFED InField

Cellebrite's enhanced version of its UFED InField solution is a new platform agnostic software solution designed to deliver simplified, secure forensics data.

New Technology Gives Officers Method to Detect People Have Been Driving and Texting

Under the first-of-its-kind legislation proposed in New York, drivers involved in accidents would have to submit their phone to roadside testing from a textalyzer to determine whether the driver was using a mobile phone ahead of a crash.

FBI to Help Unlock Arkansas Murder Victim's iPhone

In what might be a landmark decision for state and local law enforcement, the FBI has agreed to unlock an iPhone and iPod in an Arkansas murder case—a decision that will likely have agencies all over the country asking for help in similar cases.

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LE Software

These high-tech programs simplify your workflow and make doing your job easier.