The demise of sneakernet: Efficiently managing video evidence in the information age.

November 12, 2019

Video is a valuable tool to help you review events and solve crimes. But requesting access to recordings from cameras near the scene of an incident can be a time-consuming process that delays the course of an investigation. Appropriate governance of the process is equally important to ensure that justification for the release of video evidence has been vetted and there is an operational requirement to share recordings with a broader group of investigators. This presentation will review how new technologies can help reduce investigation times, and mitigate the distribution of sensitive recordings to unauthorized parties. Learn more at http:www.genetec.com/clearance

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