While video footage and photographs are important pieces of evidence, they do not tell the whole story of an incident. And yet, these pieces of digital evidence can end up in the media to be tried by the court of public opinion.
When a critical incident occurs, most law enforcement agencies do not have the resources, staff, and training to perform in-depth analysis on the digital evidence associated with each case. And yet, these pieces of digital evidence can end up in the media to be tried by the court of public opinion.
Read POLICE Magazine’s Special Report: Investigative Technologies to learn about capturing crime scene images, the investigative role of body cameras, fighting crime with predictive policing, developing leads with investigative imaging tools, the challenge of smartphones, speeding up DNA analysis, and how to preserve a crime scene.
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