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Investigative Collection of Evidence 1 Investigative Collection of Evidence Roger Reed February 10, 2018 UMUC CCJS 321 6380 Digital Forensics in the Criminal Justice System (2182)
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Investigative Collection of Evidence 2 Date: February 10, 2018 To: Devin Roberts: Human Resources Director, Allied Technology System cc: Randy Capisi: Information Security Director, Allied Technology Systems (Supervisor) Jon Dewberry: Product Engineering Manager; Product Development Division, Allied Technology Systems (Keith Jackson’s Supervisor) From: Roger Reed: Data Security Analyst, Allied Technology Systems (ATS) R.R. (Signed) Subject: or Re: Physical evidence, documenting and reporting. Part I . Overview/Case Summary After receiving the information from Mr. Roberts, the Information Security Director Randy Capisi, along with Mr. Jacksons supervisor Jon Dewberry, informed the investigative team about suspicious statements made by a terminated employee, Mr. Keith Jackson. Upon hearing the statements from Mr. Jackson, an investigative team was put together to begin a thorough search of the terminated employees work area. The Investigative team was advised to gather all physical evidence that was observed within the former employee’s company owned work area, which could show any type of possible criminal activity the former employee may have committed. The team was advised to not overstep the 4 th Amendment Rights of the terminated employee, and to follow all rules and regulations of the company as well. If any personal belongings of Mr. Jackson were located that didn’t have anything to do with company property, return it to the former employee. [Wor18] If it was found to possibly have criminal evidence evolved, contact local police to come and retrieve the evidence.[Kil88]
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Investigative Collection of Evidence 3 Part II. Physical Evidence Acquisition 1. Three potential digital evidentiary pieces of evidence collected: a. External Hard Drive #1 along with the “Icy dock” device the hard is seated in. Which is a DVR Surveillance recording, video audio editing, SATA portable hard drive enclosure. After securing the potential crime scene, by removing all non-essential employees and Investigators, the “Chain of Custody” began. Protective gear (Gloves, safety glasses etc.) was donned to preserve any physical forensic evidence (Finger prints etc.). This was implemented by photographing the entire scene, documenting all evidence prior to, and after the packaging of the 3 Digital items for evidence. Along with the Investigators that was allowed in or out of the active Investigative scene. [Sha17] The 1 st device, was photographed in several states/positions on the company owned, and former employee’s workstation prior to evidence collection. The 1 st device was documented as to its location on the workstation, its description, the name and title of which Investigator officially conducted the documentation, packaging, and the date and time it was found. All wiring/cords were documented of their locations into, and
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