CCL offers a complete range of CCTV enhancement and analysis services to police and other law enforcement agencies.
The service can complement – or be complemented by – our other Digital Forensic disciplines including computer and mobile device forensics and cell site analysis.
The company’s CCTV department utilises specialist CCTV enhancement and analysis technology, which allows us to deal with CCTV evidence from a wide variety of systems and formats.
Our experienced team can provide advice on the potential of the CCTV evidence which forms part of your case, along with how our analysts – backed up with powerful technology – can add value to your investigation.
What we can analyse and enhance
CCL can analyse and enhance CCTV from a wide variety of CCTV systems, whether we are provided with footage exported from the device (on CD/DVD etc.) or even the device itself.
If investigators have viewed the footage, the relevant portions can be enhanced, edited, highlighted, pixelated, annotated or converted, before being presented back to the OIC in a court-friendly format.
If the investigator is unable to view the footage (due to proprietary or non-standard systems), CCL can extract the data, and provide it for review on CD/DVD or other suitable media.
Take a look at “what we provide”.
What we provide
Our CCTV services are summarised in two sections, standard and enhanced:
- Standard CCTV services
- capture / extraction of CCTV footage from proprietary systems and software
- editing and compilation of selected video onto DVD
- highlighting and pixilation
- standard enhancement (brightness, contrast etc.)
- speed correction
- slow motion
- format conversion
- de-multiplexing analogue systems (singling out individual cameras)
- Enhanced services
- visual clothing, object and vehicle comparison
- advanced image enhancement and clarification
- still prints
CCL prides itself on being able to accommodate urgent requests for CCTV enhancement and analysis, and we will endeavour to complete your urgent requests in as short a time as possible.
If you have a particular deadline for a case, please let us know at the outset, and we can give you an estimated completion date.
No two CCTV requirements are the same, and CCL is committed to fully understanding your requirements from the outset.
It may be that this can be discussed in detail over the telephone, but it is also possible that a “case conference” or initial face-to-face interview may be required. This will allow us to give a precise quotation for the assignment in question, and to inform you of what you can expect from the result, and how long it will take.