The sharing capabilities of Axon Evidence are powerful and nuanced. Agencies can share specific files, subsets of evidence within a case or an entire case with partner agencies who use Axon Evidence and lawyers who use Axon Justice. If there is evidence that needs to be shared with local, state or federal agencies, it can be done through our secure FEDRamp-certified cloud. If an officer needs to share with someone who does not have Axon Evidence or Justice Premier, officers can send a direct download link to specific files or folders.
Thanks to Axon 3rd Party Video and Axon Investigate, when officers share video evidence, they can share a lossless mp4 file instead of a difficult-to-play proprietary file. Axon Investigate Pro even allows officers to create a PDF report of an event that includes timing, notes and playable video files.
Should an officer be called to testify in court, they can bring Axon Investigate on the stand with them to show video evidence in a forensically-sound manner. As part of their demonstration, they can zoom in and out of clips, play videos side-by-side and highlight any technical issues for the trier of fact.
The ability to share evidence is an essential part of protecting truth, driving transparency, and accelerating justice.
What Comes Next?
Law Enforcement agencies, lawyers and other investigators are surrounded by digital evidence. Agencies who are prepared with the right training and tools can uncover truth and accelerate justice like never before. Agencies who aren’t prepared, however, could get overwhelmed and frustrated by the rising tide of digital evidence.
Axon offers training for officers working with Axon devices and digital evidence:
- Axon VR brings the most immersive training scenarios, state-of-the-art technology and innovative training methods to public safety.
- Axon Investigate provides a hands-on training experience for video investigations.
- Axon Academy is a virtual learning platform for end-user product training.