With the increasing cases of theft, burglary, accidents and other crimes, CCTVs (Close-Circuit Television) are equipped almost everywhere from grocery shops to even streets for providing video surveillance in order to improve our security. Further, all the governmental and private workplaces as well as homes too are equipped with CCTVs for safety, security and other purposes. CCTV records the crimes and criminals that helps in Crime Scene Investigation as well as in the identification of the perpetrator. However, the video quality of CCTV recording/footage is often of poor quality and hence require enhancement to provide clarity of events. Further, the criminals in order to save themselves from getting caught attempt to manipulate or tamper CCTV recordings. This has paved way for the emergence of CCTV Forensics.
CCTV Forensics deals with the following:
At Connectel‘s (Forensic Division), CCTV Forensics is done with highest credibility and impartiality. Being the first and Only Forensic Science laboratory in private sector accredited by Government of India for ISO / IEC 17025 :2017 Standards acceptable worldwide by all Government and Regulatory bodies we only deliver quality forensic testing. By virtue of this accreditation, we are at par with any other similarly accredited forensic science laboratory in government sector in 107 member countries of ISO and India for report generation capability.
We maintain proper chain of custody at the laboratory from the point of receiving/collection of evidence till the disposal of forensic examination report. The observation and results of the forensic examination of evidence are kept confidential.
Reports generated by our forensic laboratory are admissible in the Indian Court of Law in the same category followed by the Government FSL’s. Further, we provide 65B certificate for admissibility of electronic evidence under Indian Evidence Act, 1872.
Our forensic experts are skilled and can testify in Indian courts to provide Expert Opinion under Section 45 of Indian Evidence Act, 1872.