CCTV Evidence Recovery.
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CCTV Evidence Recovery.
Datlabs experienced CCTV Recovery Services technicians and analysts retrieve files from damaged and faulty multiplexed CCTV recording equipment using forensic procedures. We secure, record, inspect, analyse and investigate CCTV recordings involved in civil and criminal legal proceedings. We deal with all CCTV evidence recordings in matters involving fraud, insurance claims, surveillance, criminal damage, break-in, burglary, dispute, trespass etc., and all matters where CCTV camera recordings need legal representation.
Having acted for law enforcement, police and in civil disputes our technicians are able to prepare comprehensive evidence, witness statements and reports. Datlabs has undertaken work for many UK Police Authorities and Insurance Claim investigators helping to secure successful outcomes.
CCTV Evidence Recovery Specialists.
Our technicians are particularly skilled in undertaking CCTV Recovery Services where equipment and hard disk drives (HDD’s) have suffered damage, deletion and misuse. Typically fire, water damaged, misused and maltreated equipment.
We recover and investigate video and audio recordings, typically involved in false insurance claims, damage to property, criminal damage, break-in, theft, assault, etc., and all matters where CCTV recordings require formal investigation.
Professional and Confidential Forensic CCTV analysis
We offer a professional and confidential service. Our experienced technicians and analysts retrieve files from multiplexed CCTV recording equipment using forensic procedures. Our technicians are particularly skilled in dealing with equipment and hard disk drives (HDD’s) that have suffered, corruption, damage, deletion and misuse. Typically fire, water damaged, misused, maltreated equipment, inaccessible or deleted data files.
CCTV Forensic Investigation Guidelines.
If you are considering using our services or require immediate assistance the following general background information concerning the management of CCTV data may be of assistance:
Requests to view files generated by a CCTV system are likely to be made for any one or more of the following purposes:
- as evidence in criminal proceedings.
- as evidence in civil proceedings or tribunals.
- crime prevention.
- detection of crime. (may include id of offenders)
- identification of witnesses.Third parties, which are required to show adequate grounds for disclosure of data within the above criteria, may include, but are not limited to:
- statutory authorities with powers to prosecute, (eg. Customs, Trading Standards, etc)
- claimants in civil proceedings.
- Accused persons or defendants in criminal proceedings.
- other agencies,according to purpose and legal status.
Upon receipt from a third party of a bona fide request for the release of data, the data controller shall:
- not unduly obstruct a third party investigation to verify the existence of relevant data.
- ensure the retention of data which may be relevant to a request, A time limit shall be imposed on such retention, which will be notified at the time of the request.
Where requests fall outside the terms of disclosure the data controller shall:-
- be satisfied that there is no connection with any existing data held by the police in connection with the same investigation.
- treat all such enquiries with strict confidentiality.