Digital Evidence Task Force

Digital Evidence Task Force


The expansion of communications technology means that crime scenes are often digital rather than physical, which poses a growing challenge to investigators. In addition, physical crime scenes—the ones that state and local law enforcement respond to every day—are much more complex than ever before. Crime scenes from homicides, kidnappings, assaults, property crimes and incidents of domestic violence — crimes that impact thousands of victims, families, and communities annually—now, more often than not, include digital evidence.



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Support for Police Use of National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)- approved AES Encryption Standard(s) in Voice and Data Communications

Submitted by: Communication and Technology Committee

Cosponsored by: Computer Crime and Digital Evidence Committee, Police Investigative Operations Committee



WHEREAS, when state and local...


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