CCTV (closed-circuit television) is an image recording system in which signals are not publicly distributed but are recorded and monitored, primarily for surveillance and security purposes. The system relies on the strategic placement of cameras and observation of the camera’s input on monitors elsewhere – normally a remote control centre. The term CCTV in recent years has been widened and generalised in law enforcement circles to include video recorded material. This can include: private and public systems, mobile phone footage, camera footage, and time lapse.
Working closely with the investigation / court team / legal team, we will review the material provided and outline what we believe are the best processes to apply to optimise the evidence potential. That can be: forensic recovery of media, video enhancement, annotation, sequential edit, tracking of people / vehicle edit with maps.
The CCTV end product is outputted as a professional forensic edit with the appropriate process applied, supplied as a standalone product or as part of a more complex EPE of all the evidence. EPE must be presented in an Electronic Courtroom to maximise its full evidential potential and ensure that all the information contained in it is fully understood by all.
Quality is relatively new for forensic digital media. At Acumé Forensic, our analytical processes are capable of determining authenticity, provenance and integrity of digital images as well as being used, if of good quality, to identify and compare.
Staff at Acumé Forensics have been serving the Criminal Justice System since the 1980’s. We pride ourselves in the quality of our client service, technical reports and the products we offer. Discuss your requirements today with one of our in-house experts.
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