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With digital devices becoming ubiquitous, digital evidence is increasingly important to the investigation and prosecution of many types of crimes. These devices often contain information about crimes committed, the movement of suspects, and criminal associates.

In today’s connected world, crimes are becoming more complex and influenced by technology. Collecting digital evidence has become critical to law enforcement in criminal investigations, while agencies are dealing with an ever-growing backlog of data. 

A new collaboration between global company Axon, specializing in connected public safety technologies, and the Israeli company Cellebrite, focusing on Digital Intelligence, will provide a technology that streamlines investigative workflows for investigators and shorten time-to-justice. With this partnership, the data collected, analyzed and reviewed by Cellebrite’s Digital Intelligence platform will now integrate seamlessly with Axon’s digital evidence management solution, Axon Evidence, providing law enforcement with one place to manage, review and safeguard all digital evidence.

As leaders in the fields of evidence management and Digital Intelligence, Axon and Cellebrite are enabling agencies to increase efficiency by allowing investigators to collectively review, share and obtain insights from complex data involved in investigations.

The new platform will offer agencies and investigators an array of innovative solutions to gain a comprehensive and objective picture during an investigation to help solve and close cases faster than ever.

According to Cellebrite’s announcement, “many agencies rely on Axon and Cellebrite to fight crime and accelerate justice. By enabling our solutions to work seamlessly together, we empower investigations with one point of evidentiary management, delivering industry-leading tools that agencies can use to securely manage, analyze and review data, and build prosecution-ready single-case files. This new partnership is another step in our commitment to provide law enforcement with cutting edge technology.”

The integration will be available in mid-2021.