electronic evidence

CEPOL launches SIRIUS e-Evidence Series in collaboration with Europol and Eurojust

29 May 2020

More than half of all criminal investigations today include a cross-border request to access electronic evidence, such as texts, e-mails or messaging apps. As a response to the increasing need among law enforcement officers to access electronic evidence for internet-based investigations, CEPOL is launching in June the SIRIUS E-Evidence Series in collaboration with Europol and Eurojust, and within the frame of the...

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