Transportation Procedures of Digital Evidence

Transportation Procedures

When transporting digital evidence should:
  • YIELD! Keep digital evidence away from magnetic fields such as those produced by radio transmitters, speaker magnets, and magnetic mount emergency lights. Other potential hazards that the first responder should be aware of include seats heaters and any device or material that can produce static electricity.
  • Avoid keeping digital evidence in a vehicle for prolonged periods of time. Heat, cold, and humidity can damage or destroy digital evidence.
  • Ensure that computers and electronic devices are packaged and secured during transportation to prevent damage from shock and vibration.
  • Document the transportation of the digital evidence and maintain the chain of custody on all evidence transported.

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Hind Hope Society visions a society based on the rule of law in which every individual, including the poor, marginalized and excluded, in particular women, children, peoples with disabilities, adivasis, and dalits, have access to justice and in which their human rights are respected and protected.