law enforcement scanning

  • Law Enforcement Document Scanning

    Friday, October 14, 2016

    Police departments, sheriffs’ offices, probation offices, states attorneys, and investigative agencies need quick access to information so they can protect society and capture criminals instead of having to search and retrieve paper documents, records and reports as well as legacy microfilm and microfiche. They also want to reclaim space from storerooms filled with paper and […]

  • Archival Video Storage: Cloud vs. On-Premise for Law Enforcement

    Sunday, July 31, 2016

    Video Evidence Best Practices: Finding an Archival Video Storage Solution You Can Count On Demonstrating accountability and transparency during a time of increased scrutiny of police, nearly 6,000 of the country’s state and local law enforcement agencies now require officers to document encounters with civilians with body-worn and dashboard-mounted video cameras according to Time magazine. […]

  • Storing Mobile Video Evidence: Critical Requirements

    Friday, May 13, 2016

    The Fifth Blog Post in Our 5-Part Nexsan Assureon for Law Enforcement Series The public outcry over the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and the delayed release of video evidence pertaining to the shooting of Laquan McDonald in Chicago have triggered growing scrutiny and criticism of police departments across the county. Now more […]

  • What Is Trusted Video Archival Storage for Law Enforcement?

    Friday, May 06, 2016

    The Fourth Blog Post in Our 5-Part Nexsan Assureon for Law Enforcement Series Police departments across the country are adopting body-worn video cameras to increase transparency in officer-civilian interactions and restore the public’s trust. As terabytes of video footage explode into petabytes, law enforcement personnel must make sure that the digital storage solution used to […]

  • The Alternative to Skyrocketing Cloud Video Archival Costs for Law Enforcement

    Saturday, April 09, 2016

    The First Blog Post in Our 5-Part Nexsan Assureon for Law Enforcement Series As more and more police departments use body-worn video cameras to document officer interactions with civilians, the amount of archival storage space needed for digital evidence is growing exponentially. It won’t be long before large law enforcement agencies will need to archive […]