Stuck on the outside of a scene perimeter, homicide commanders have paced with growing impatience, waiting for their CSIs to bring them the first bits of critical information about the victim --- and, ideally, about the still unknown running suspect. Scene information including photos, video, witness interviews and evidence need to be conveyed as quickly as possible to the equally impatient detectives, who will use that information to locate the suspect’s home, hideout or abandoned vehicle.
Today, thanks to SceneDoc’s mobile platform, all of that has changed. With CJIS compliant cloud-based synchronization, field data delivered to secure servers in near real time and available instantly to Command Staff from any internet connected location provides clear visibility into what is happening on-scene. This not only improves the outcomes from scene documentation but overall Officer safety and effectiveness.
SceneDoc is a smartphone/tablet-based software platform which provides law enforcement and a variety of public safety personnel a highly secure, accurate and consistent means of documenting crime, accident and other incident scenes.
Throughout military history, the advantage on a battlefield has always gone to the commander who has the most up-to-date and accurate information about his adversary. Acquiring that information --- and assessing it’s accuracy --- was never easy.
A hundred years ago, a battlefield commander had to wait impatiently for his scouts to return with a least some fragment of that crucial information, which he then had to communicate (with more scouts, or runners, or perhaps even flags) to his distant subordinate commanders. Today, that battlefield commander has immediate access to drone-recorded positions and numbers of his adversaries, and the capability to instantly transmit that information to his subordinate commanders, armed and ready at a moment’s notice to make a lethal and possibly even battle-winning strike.
So modern military commanders now have what their forbearers had always dreamed of:instant and accurate intelligence about the enemy coupled with an ability to rapidly position their troops and resources with every possible tactical advantage. But, until recently, their counterparts in law enforcement --- homicide scene commanders, for example --- have had no such advantage. Scenedoc is changing all that … in near real time.