NICE Digital Evidence Management for Law Enforcement
Transform digital evidence management from collection and preparation to disclosure and presentation.
Whether you’re responding to an incident, conducting investigations, or simply trying to understand what happened, NICE can help you make the most of your evidence and data. And get to the truth faster.
See the big picture and build cases faster too with NICE Investigate digital evidence management system. Thanks to automated case building, all evidence is automatically pulled together in one place, for a single view of the truth that’s clear, cohesive, and indisputable.
overall investigation productivity improvement
(time and costs)
of evidence immediately accessible in unified case folders
of previously unplayable video made playable
Russell HollowaySenior Project Management for Digital Policing, British Transport Police
IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Digital Evidence Management Solutions for Law Enforcement Vendor Assessment
IDC, a global provider of market intelligence, has named NICE a Leader in its inaugural “IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Digital Evidence Management Solutions for Law Enforcement 2020 Vendor Assessment.” Download a complimentary copy of the IDC MarketScape Digital Evidence Management Solutions report excerpt to learn more.
North Wales Police Blazes New Trail with NICE Investigate
Today, digital transformation is pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in policing and this includes transforming how police forces collect, analyze and share evidence. One digital evidence management trailblazer is North Wales Police. Using NICE Investigate, North Wales Police was able to digitally transform work processes around evidence collection and sharing, to help minimize risk of contact during the recent pandemic, while still continuing to provide the utmost service to the community and justice partners.
Digitally Transforming Law Enforcement and Justice from Crime to Court
Data overload, budget uncertainties, increased public expectations, lack of transparency, a pressure to close more cases and disclose evidence faster, a need to do more with less. To address these problems, police departments and partnering criminal justice agencies around the world are turning to digital transformation. The results are impressive – more timely evidence disclosure and case closure, improved end-to-end collaboration for swifter justice, restored transparency and public trust, and up to a ten-fold productivity savings. View this on-demand webinar to hear success stories and to learn what digital transformation can do for you.