AEL Category: 04. Information Technology
AEL Title: Devices, Radio Frequency Identification
AEL Number: 04HW-02-RFID
SAVER Project: RFID Evidence Management
Law enforcement agencies maintain extensive inventories of crime scene evidence, such as blood stains, hair, fibers, firearms, fingerprints, documents and specimens from sexual assault kits. The proper collection, labeling and tracking of evidence gives credence that the evidence presented in court is the same evidence that was collected at the crime scene. Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology can help facilitate, standardize and automate inventory and asset tracking tasks for law enforcement’s management of evidence.
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