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CCTV Evidence

CCTV evidence can be difficult to capture and preserve correctly due to the vast array of vendors in the market for these products. Secondly the unit itself, if onsite, can be damaged by fire, flood or tampering.

The Datalab team has worked with many clients over the years to methodically parse and present CCTV footage relevant to events in some cases even when the footage has been deleted.

CCTV, DVR, CVS and other formats are all designed innate to provision review of events in the areas they are deployed but its not always straightforward to isolate and export critical footage while maintaining neutrality and adhering to forensic best practices. Thats where the team at Datalab can step in.

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What has happened to you?

An incident has occurred where you are certain CCTV should have captured the footage but you cannot access or export the evidence.

CCTV was functional within a location that has seen extensive fire or flood damage and you require footage to determine cause or events leading up to the damage.

You have been presented with CCTV footage as part of a criminal or civil case and the footage requires refinement to create clarity within audio or video.

If the above apply, or you are facing any other difficulty with access or review of CCTV, DVR, Dashcam or similar systems, please reach out to the forensic team at Datalab and discuss the case specifics to see if we might assist.

“These guys are amazing, true wizards, they recovered my print files from a damaged hard drive so quickly! Very well priced and great service would highly recommend them.”

Wade Blow —

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Barfoot and Thompson
Emirates Team NZ
NZ Police


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