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Drone Response

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About This Content

Whether you are interested in using the technology or not, it is impossible to escape the continual presence of drones in our everyday lives, whether as a recreational pastime in the park, in mainstream media or footage on social media platforms, television and films that have been captured using drones.

This content in EVOLVE is available to all users to ensure that users have the information available to them to support correct identification, evidence capture and decision making in relation to Drones.

The content defines and provides best practice when handling Drone devices which is applicable across the existing range of recreational, commercial and bespoke devices and flight controller systems. Each section contains its own relevant content including clear and concise step-by-step guidance of the legislation and offences that govern UAVs in the UK.

Finally, the content delivers a section that outlines, if a drone is physically located, how to manage and preserve the integrity of a Drone device (and its potential data sources) from first point of contact through to triage or forensic examination.

 

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Here at Blue Lights Digital we have developed a range of platforms to support investigations, as well as providing continued support and education for investigations professionals, helping to grow their own Digital Investigation and Intelligence capability.

Evolve is designed to deliver on-demand access to knowledge and subject matter experts that allow skills and knowledge to be quickly acquired.

The system delivers a ground-breaking approach to increasing digital capability through a mobile application and online resources available to anyone, anytime, anywhere.

 

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