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Forensic Science Communications April 2008 — Volume 10 — Number 2
Standards and Guidelines

Best Practices for Archiving Digital and Multimedia Evidence (DME) in the Criminal Justice System

Scientific Working Group on Imaging Technology (SWGIT)

Introduction | Archive Creation | Archive Maintenance | Data Migration |
Archive Retention Periods | Discipline-Specific Issues | Suggested Readings | References | Notes | Disclaimer

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