Cell Phone Forensic Technologies for Corrections

A new guidebook, recently released by the NIJ-funded National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center (NLECTC) Corrections Technology Center for Excellence, provides correctional administrators with a brief, yet comprehensive and informative, view of cell phone forensic technologies. The guide reviews the evolving role of cell phone forensics in correctional institutions and presents issues to consider when acquiring and implementing these technologies. It also addresses the opportunities and challenges involved in selecting technologies and implementing them in correctional settings.


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The guidebook, Cell Phone Forensics in a Correctional Setting: Guidebook is authored by John S. Shaffer. You can download the 39-page PDF here.

Source: Office of Justice Programs

 
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