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Digital forensics: tapping into change

Getting away with a crime should be becoming harder in an increasingly digital world. But the legislation officers are using to unlock the potential of digital evidence is not keeping up with the technology.

Eman Badri, head of the Met's digital forensics lab

Eman Badri, head of the Met's digital forensics lab

Date - 15th January 2020
By - Chloe Livadeas
Smart devices and messaging services are becoming more and more entwined with the way people live their day-to-day lives, producing a wealth of digital evidence everywhere they go. The public are now more than ever before watched, tracked and...
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