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Digital Forensics

My Technology Can… Perform Searches of Devices in Minutes

Detego’s Field Triage Solution helps investigators reduce digital forensic lab backlogs and find evidence on devices outside of the lab.

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My Technology Can...Improve Your Digital Evidence Workflow

Magnet Forensic’s review platform allows investigators and other stakeholders to access and analyze digital evidence anywhere at any time.

Magnet Forensics Acquires Video and Multimedia Evidence Solution Company

Magnet Forensics Inc., a developer of digital investigation software used globally by public safety organizations and enterprises, today announced that it has acquired DME Forensics Inc., a video and multimedia evidence solution company.

Knott Laboratory Creates Digital Media Forensics for Law Enforcement

Knott Laboratory’s Digital Media Forensics experts can take this footage and represent the 3D scene and distances accurately to prove or disprove points of a case, according to the company.

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.

Google Charging Law Enforcement for Warrant Response

Google’s fees range from $45 for a subpoena and $60 for a wiretap to $245 for a search warrant, according to a notice sent to law enforcement officials.

Forensics Tech Tools

These solutions can help you access, manage, and share data essential to investigations.

Panasonic to Take Part in Panel at IACP Technology Conference

The IACP Technology Conference is taking place in Jacksonville, FL, May 20–22. At the event on Tuesday, May 21, at 4 pm ET, Panasonic will take part in the panel discussion, "Managing Officer Safety Now and in the Future through a Strong Technology Ecosystem."

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Indiana Supreme Court to Hear Case on Whether Police Can Compel Suspect to Open Smartphone

After some discussion, Webster invoked Seo's Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.The Indiana Court of Appeals sided with Webster.

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