Digital and Multimedia

Digital and Multimedia

The Digital and Multimedia Evidence Section is comprised of two forensic disciplines that are closely related: Digital Forensics and Forensic Audio/Video.

 

Digital Forensics

The Digital Forensics Unit acquires, preserves and examines digital media, including cellular phones, computers, tablets, flash media and other devices designed to store digital content. The section’s examiners hold numerous certifications in computer and cellphone examinations.  

Forensic Audio/Video

The Forensic Audio/Video Unit is responsible for the scientific examination and analysis of digital and multimedia evidence. Analysts process analog and digital recordings to access intelligible content. The section is divided into the audio and video categories of digital and multimedia evidence. This involves the scientific examination, analysis, comparison and evaluation of audio and video.