2 edition of Digital imaging procedure found in the catalog.
Digital imaging procedure
Great Britain. Home Office. Police Scientific Development Branch.
|Statement||Police Scientific Development Branch.|
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Digital imaging has become firmly established in the mainstream of public life and as a key enabling technology for the Police Service. With this in mind it was time to revise the Digital Imaging Procedure, first published in The aim of this new version is to.
Digital Imaging Procedure v March Police Scientific Development Branch As a result of Digital imaging procedure book recent development and use of digital image technology it has been necessary to develop a procedure that supports the use of digital images as evidence.
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