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We employ a two step process when beginning a forensic investigation. The first step is a preliminary analysis which includes receiving your video recording digitally and reviewing it forensically by one of our video experts. We want to make sure we can meet your expectations and therefor learn if we can help your case. Most importantly, we perform all services with high integrity.

What is Video Forensic Expert?

A video forensic expert is qualified in the field of forensic analysis of video evidence to assist the trier of fact through recovery, clarification as well as authentication of video evidence. With the rapid proliferation of surveillance cameras in public and private places, law enforcement agencies and litigators are increasingly making use of these recordings as evidence. Fixed and mobile digital video recorders and other portable video recording CCTV systems are making it easier to capture crime scene video that may be used as evidence in court.

What is Video Forensics?

A video forensic expert is qualified in the field of forensic analysis of video evidence to assist the trier of fact. Video Forensics is the scientific examination, comparison and/or evaluation of video in legal matters. This definition has been adopted by accredited video forensic agencies around the country and internationally such as LEVA, NATIA as well as IAI.  The video forensic process must be performed in a forensic lab that is equipped with the appropriate tools and follows best practice protocols in order to process the video recording with integrity and accuracy.

We examine and analyze a variety of video recordings such as:

  • iPhone, Droid and other smart phone video recordings
  • Retail and commercial CCTV Surveillance video recordings
  • Police dash cameras and body cameras
  • Law enforcement concealed recordings
  • Mobile DVRs (digital video recorders), as well as bus mobile DVR systems

We have provided video forensic services for:

  • Attorneys
  • Private Citizens
  • Attorney Generals
  • U.S. State Attorney’s Office (Detroit)
  • FBI
  • Department of Justice
  • Police Departments
  • U.S. Department of Justice
  • Detroit Airport Authority
  • Judicial Tenure Commission