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VUANCE Announces Crime Scene Security and Evidentiary Tracking Development Project
Date:12/12/2008

sily set up to secure crime scenes. These credentials will accurately track and log access to and from crime scenes. In addition, the project is expected to create evidence tracking solutions, allowing law enforcement to track the collection and chain of custody for evidence gathered at crime scenes. Tablet-based technologies will be used to capture images and collect information, and a biometrically secure evidence container will be created, linking evidence gathered to the specific law enforcement person who collected the evidence through fingerprints or other secure biometric methods. In this way, law enforcement, as well as prosecuting and defense attorneys, can accurately see who had access to crime scenes, who collected evidence and who had access to the evidence throughout the chain of custody.

Thomas Connell, VUANCE's Vice President for Government Solutions, commented, "Modern investigators have to deal with the new phenomenon being called the 'CSI Effect,' a new term used to explain the unreasonable expectations juries now have regarding forensic investigations due to the popularity of shows like the CSI franchise, Crossing Jordan, and the Forensic Files. This solution will provide new levels of accuracy and increased confidence in the security of crime scenes and evidence collected from them. In addition, the various federal initiatives for credentialing and scene control in the wake of 9/11 and the hurricanes on the Gulf Coast have created a significant need for an end-to-end solution. VUANCE's comprehensive technology provides the basis for this solution, and we look forward to working closely with law enforcement and experts at the University to develop a robust solution to address this growing problem."

"We believe this is an important development project, and an initiative particularly well suited for the wide-range of technologies in which VUANCE specializes," said Eyal Tuchman, Chief Executive Officer
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