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Admissibility of Digital Images as Evidence - 12 Pages

Admissibility of Digital Images as Evidence - 12 Pages

A common misconception in the surveillance and monitoring industry is that digital images are inadmissible as evidence in court. This white paper examines the current law in the UK on the admissibility of digital images and concludes that such images are indeed admissible. Indigo Vision.

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Live Networked Video and Crime & Disorder - 20 Pages

Live Networked Video and Crime & Disorder - 20 Pages

The September 11 attacks on America and the subsequent ‘war on terrorism’ put large-scale civil surveillance into the critical spotlight. It also took the lid off a barely contained crisis of resources within the UK police; as officers were diverted onto anti-terrorist duties street crime soared to record levels across the country. These developments coincide with the evolution of a new generation of digital CCTV solutions that promise to open up traditional closed circuit television channels to new and more efficient applications and uses. Indigo Vision.

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Digital Imaging Procedure : UK Police Scientific Dev Branch - 33 Pages

Digital Imaging Procedure : UK Police Scientific Dev Branch - 33 Pages

This white paper was written as a result of the recent development and use of digital image technology it has been necessary to develop a procedure that supports the use of digital images as evidence.

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Guidance for CCTV and Digital Systems for Police Evidence

Guidance for CCTV and Digital Systems for Police Evidence

This document offers guidance to potential users of digital CCTV systems, where the pictures are likely to be used by the police or in an investigation.

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