LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPORT
Since its inception, Primeau Forensics has proudly provided law enforcement support to both local and national agencies. Our accredited analysts and experts have processed many notable cases working alongside these agencies, including Trayvon Martin V George Zimmerman, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, and Laquan McDonald.
With nearly four decades worth of experience, our training and expertise remain unrivaled within the forensic industry. And it’s for this reason that our clients confidently continue to entrust us with their digital media evidence. We lend our guidance and support to help them better understand the role it plays in investigations both big and small.
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LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPORT FAQS
No. During Primeau Forensics’ pro bono consultation phase, our experts will discuss competitive service pricing and reduced rates available for our law enforcement clientele.
Yes. We have worked on many sensitive police department and other internal affairs investigations. No matter the case, all ongoing work is kept strictly confidential.
Our experts and technicians follow best practices set forth by SWGDE (The Scientific Working Group on Digital Evidence) and LEVA (The Law Enforcement and Emergency Services Video Association).
Yes. Many video recordings require proprietary players and specific CODECS. Primeau Forensics has an extensive library of tools with which we can assist with your playback difficulties.
Yes. We have extensive experience in the forensic analysis and enhancement of body worn cameras. Often times, evidence from these cameras greatly helps the investigation and proceeding trial.
Yes. We identify frame rate for each video and scientifically position an accurate representation from all video sources.
Yes. Many systems malfunction unexpectedly and without a department’s knowledge. We frequently assist law enforcement departments with recovery of poorly recorded audio confessions.