IACP LogoAlexandria, VA (Oct 7, 2013) – The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) plans to push for a more broad-brush look at evidence and how it’s managed, says John Firman, director of IACP’s Research Center. For instance, Firman asserts, “There is an over-reliance on  high-level technology like DNA,” adding that it is more crucial to look at other relevant aspects tied to evidence such as whether photos and lineups were handled properly. After all, Firman said, “What the eyewitness claims to be the suspect in a case by picking him out can also be viewed as evidence.”

Read more: IACP Wants Broader Oversight for Evidence Management

NIST DNA HandbookNational Institute of Standards and Technology, NIST (April 30, 2013) – The long awaited and newly released "The Biological Evidence Preservation Handbook" is now available for download.

Read more: NIST - Biological Evidence Handbook Released

SanDiegoPDSan Diego, CA (Jan 5th, 2011) – The evidence room at the San Diego Police Department upgraded to a fully computerized evidence management system. This will enable them to easily track and manage their property and evidence -- from crime scene to courtroom.

Read more: San Diego PD Evidence Rooms To Be Computerized

East Baton  Rouge Clerk of CourtBaton Rouge, LA (Aug) – EVIDENCEONQ MAKES LOUISIANA CLERK OF COURT-- EVIDENCE ROOM AIRTIGHT AFTER MAJOR THEFTS

The EvidenceOnQ software was installed this summer at an East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Parish Clerk of Court after two evidence room employees were arrested in December 2012 for thefts of drugs and firearms, according to an August 22 story in The Advocate.Com.

Read more: EvidenceOnQ Implemented at East Baton Rouge - Clerk of Court

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"I have seen and used a lot of systems, but after using EvidenceOnQ, I am convinced it is the best system on the market today." Sr. Evidence Tech Robert Douglas, Visalia PD, CA