Product Feature: Evidence Collection Blends High- and Low-Tech Solutions

Technology is always making new things possible, and the field of law enforcement is no exception to this rule. At the same time, police work is (and probably always will be) very much a product of the physical world.

It is possible that no aspect of law enforcement better encapsulates this balance between the physical and the digital than the process of collecting evidence. Detecting and handling evidence is more high-tech than ever, and, while traditional collection and storage methods also can benefit from new advancements, they will probably always remain a consistent fundamental of the day-to-day process.

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