Gear: Best Practices for the Retrieval of Video Evidence from Digital CCTV Systems (DCCTV Guide)
Best Practices for the Retrieval of Video Evidence from Digital CCTV Systems (DCCTV Guide)TSWG
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The TSWG and the FBI Forensic Audio, Video, and Image Analysis Unit (FAVIAU), with the assistance of numerous International, Federal, State and local law enforcement agencies have developed the “Best Practices for the Retrieval of Video Evidence from Digital CCTV Systems” guide. These best practices, guidelines, and recommendations are intended to provide personnel responsible for the collection of DCCTV evidence guidance in securing and collecting video data to maintain its integrity. Topics include native/proprietary file format, retrieval methods, media, legal concerns, and more. The 80 page DCCTV guide is printed on waterproof paper sized (4.5x6”) to fit into a pocket for field use. The DCCTV Guide is available to International, Federal, State, and local governments involved in law enforcement, security and counter-terrorism activities. In addition, educators, contractors, vendors, suppliers and other interested parties may be eligible to procure the document with approval from TSWG. To obtain the guide, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with complete contact information to include: name, title, organization, physical street address, telephone number and number of copies you request.
- jimhoerricks, Wed, 02 Jul 2008 23:31:02 UTC.
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This is an essential guide book for working in the new world of video evidence. Just about every crime scene contains some kind of camera network or CCTV. From first responders to seasoned detectives, everyone needs a guidebook on how to handle this new type of evidence. Remember, when you are on duty ... you are most likely captured on CCTV at least a dozen times per day (times 10 in big cities).
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