The english Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) has released a new guide to collecting electronic evidence. The Good Practice Guide for Computer-Based Electronic Evidence has been revised by experts.
The guidelines relate to:
- Personnel attending crime scenes or making initial contact with a victim/witness/suspect
- Evidence recovery staff
- External consulting witnesses
The Good Practice Guide contains the following chapters:
The principles of computer-based electronic evidence
Overview of computer-based electronic investigations
Home networks & wireless technology
Network forensics & volatile data
Welfare in the workplace
Control of paedophile images
External consulting witnesses & forensic contractors
Retrieval of video & CCTV evidence
Guide for mobile phone seizure & examination
Initial contact with victims: suggested questions
Glossary and explanation of terms
Local Hi-Tech Crime Units
You can download the Good Practice Guide for Computer-Based Electronic Evidence here.
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