Our newest version of DVR Examiner is now available! DVR Examiner 2.3 brings a variety of new and updated features to this release.
The decision to expand our team was exciting… and scary! Follow along on our journey at DME Forensics with the latest installment of “Growth in a Small Forensics Company.”
This guest post comes from James Cadden of East Lansdowne Police. In early February of 2018, a suspected arson fire destroyed a 40-year-old family business in our small community. The family, employees, and neighbors were devastated. A DVR security camera system was operating in the business at the time of the fire and quickly became the onlyRead more
From the beginning, DME Forensics has worked alongside our customers to recover critical surveillance data where DVR Examiner is not an option. However, over the past year we have worked to develop a new structure for our services department. We are excited to introduce the new DME Forensics Advanced Technical Services (ATS) department as your resourceRead more
From the DME Forensics Case Files: Without DVR Examiner, we do not believe the data would have been retrieved while on-scene as the Detective would have thought there was no data of interest.
In June of 2014, we were preparing to release an official edition of our new software, DVR Examiner 1.0. Throughout the process we learned lessons that have helped us become the company we are today.
As a forensic investigator, you often face time-sensitive situations, where the accuracy of your evidence can make or break a case. By using DVR Examiner, you can save both time and money in these situations, but it helps to know how to use the tool effectively.
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