Video and audio surveillance is a constant in our lives. As you walk and drive through your home town you are likely being recorded dozens, and probably hundreds of times!

Police investigations and court cases are seeing this video and audio evidence playing a huge role in their investigations. When there is a crime, police are usually focused on finding security camera video to help them with their investigation. We see this nightly on TV, as news programs play surveillance footage gathered and shared with the public.

Every week brings interesting challenges and cases to our forensic studio, and I thought that it might be helpful to begin the process of education for many or our attorneys and investigators out there who are unfamiliar with this emerging technology.