Ask anyone who works in a crime lab, and chances are you’ll hear a constant challenge—how to store an increasing amount of biological evidence in a room or a lab that has no more space to spare.
This was the case for a police agency in Northeast United States. The agency grappled with managing property and processing evidence for 3,000 state troopers, and were wrestling with challenges in the critical functions of protecting evidence through the chain of custody in their crime lab storage, and, at the same time, providing secure, long-term evidence storage at its headquarters’ central repository. Another challenge was the construction of a new technology center that included separate trace/biological, ballistics, and Controlled and Substances (CDS) laboratories.
The agency grappled with managing property and processing evidence for 3,000 state troopers…
The new crime lab storage drove the need for a storage solution that would:
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