Automated Audio and Video Evidence Redaction
The high cost of redacting sensitive information from evidence is taking its toll on public safety and judicial agencies. Yet doing so is required to keep witnesses safe and comply with freedom of information laws and consent decrees.
Veritone Redact systematically detects faces and allows you to define other sensitive imagery within a scene, then automatically redacts this information from your audio or video evidence. From there, you can quickly download the redacted evidence with logs to support chain of custody requirements and share it with colleagues.
To learn more, download our Digital Evidence Redaction Solution Brief.GET A DEMO
RECORDED WEBINAR: How Automating Evidence Redaction Saves Law Enforcement Time & Money
Join Ohio Body Worn Camera Unit Detective Officer, Kevin Davis, and Lt. Frank Borelli (ret) Editorial Director of Officer.com, in conversation with Veritone to learn how law enforcement teams can automate video and audio evidence redaction to save crucial officer time, reduce costs and comply with laws.
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Accelerate Evidence Redaction Workflows with AI
Developed for law enforcement and judicial agencies, cloud-based Veritone Redact lets you automate the process of obscuring of sensitive imagery or audio in media evidence, significantly improving existing time-intensive, frame-by-frame evidence redaction workflows.
With automated face detection and automatic tracking of manually selected sensitive imagery, you can use Veritone Redact to quickly tackle massive volumes of audio and video content at incredible speed and efficiency.
For Court Cases
Staying in compliance with court procedures can be demanding, preserve the integrity of your cases by swiftly redacting personally identifiable information (PII) of individuals in audio and video evidence to meet timely court filing deadlines.GET A DEMO
For Public Information Requests
Whether a public information request or police consent decree, agencies are required to distribute evidence outside the investigative team, but before that can happen, sensitive information must be redacted to protect individuals and preserve your investigations. Quickly redact sensitive items within audio and video evidence prior to public or inter-agency release, improving the speed and efficiency of which your agency can respond.GET A DEMO