The Electronic Evidence Examination Reporting System by the Example of West Prefecture
The master's thesis examined ways to speed up the examination of electronic evidence content analysis inside the examination process. Making police work with electronic evidence more effective to helping them save time can save taxpayers money and this is good for society. The problem is a constant lack of time during the examination of electronic evidence processing procedure and currently the fact that notes are collected disorderly by the examiners. This work will focus on practical issues like how to improve the speed of drawing up an electronic evidence examination protocol. The work was done basing on examination data results that collected in the West prefecture based on real work statistics and permission by the Police and Border Guard Board. Invented data collecting model can lead examiner to be more productive. Quantitative and qualitative analysis imply that this is definitely one way to speed up electronic evidence examination. As part of the work, the practical Microsoft Access application was developed by the author. We can conclude from the thesis that using the database in order to organize the examiners’ notes will make the examiners’ work faster and more productively. Designed solution can be used in electronic evidence examinations as a result of this thesis.
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Master - Cyber Security
Truls Tuxen Ringkjob MSc, Raimundas Matulevičius PhD