CRJS475 IP4

Apr 15th, 2015
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In preparation for a court appearance, the federal law enforcement agency wants to ensure proper forensic processes and techniques are used in a computer crime case involving identify theft. When challenging the admissibility of the digital evidence, the defense examiner will evaluate the authentication and chain of custody techniques used. The federal law enforcement agency would like your company, AB Investigative Services (ABIS), to identify in a report the possible authentication and chain of custody techniques acceptable in the investigative process, include issues relating to First and Fourth Amendment privacy issues with respect to computer-related technologies. Provide the following in your report to the federal law enforcement agency: Begin the report with a one page overview of the forensic process and the steps taken by an examiner related to identity theft and computer crime. Provide 2-3 pages identifying: two recommended examples of authentication acceptable in the investiga

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CRJS475-IP4NameClassDateProfessorCRJS475-IP4 Abstract When collecting any type of evidence there are basic uniform steps that must be followed but each type of evidence has different collection procedures. All evidence is first preserved to ensure it does not become lost or stolen and then carefully documented to ensure its reliability in court. The evidence is then packaged and labeled before being transported to the forensic lab. All steps in the preservation, documentation, collection, and transportation process must be carefully documented in order to ensure the chain of custody is not broken to ensure the chin of evidence can be presented in court. Forensic Process in Identity Theft and Computer Crime The forensic process is essential to the success of the criminal case. In cases of identity theft and computer crime and in the collection of all types of evidence a standardized and formalized collection process is employed. Forensic evidence can be extremely fragile and can be easily damaged or destroyed. It is essential to preserve the evidence to ensure it can be documented, collected, and transported to the forensic lab to be analyzed. When a computer crime or a crime of identity theft occurs evidence is first preserved and then documented through sketches and photographing the evidence. Documenting each step of the preservation, collection, and analysis process is crucial to ensuring a clear chain of evidence (B

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