The thousands of industry professionals in charge of maintaining one or more video surveillance networks know it’s only a matter of time before the footage their systems capture will wind up in court.
Well-designed surveillance systems compress the time between the crime, the police investigation, and ultimately, a successful criminal conviction. Companies with poorly designed or outdated surveillance systems could see their footage not admitted as evidence, or even inadvertently help a suspect walk free.
This white paper explores industry best practices that will help you produce better video footage today, and tips on how to improve the design of your next surveillance system. It also explores the four legal tests criminal courts use to measure video evidence, and the seven things forensic video analysts look for when testifying in court.
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