Forensic Exhibit Management System
XBook is a cradle-to-grave exhibits system, managing the evidential components from the time of recovery to the point of restoration or destruction.
XBook’s facilities help investigation teams avoid the requirement of producing original exhibits, preserving the Continuity and Integrity of the original piece of evidence.
XBook has been designed to turn the time-consuming, administrative aspects of a crime investigation into easily managed computer-driven tasks, such as :
- Auto-report Generation
- MIR Coversheets
- Exhibit Lists
- Exhibit Identification Labels
- Scene Logs
- Property Receipts
- Pre-formatted Local & National Forms
- Link to MG11 Forms (statements)
- Auto-record Completion.
XBook allows officers to complete complex and lengthy statements in a fraction of the time it takes to do it manually or using other computer systems.
Powerful and Extensive data Retrieval
From an unlimited number of records and documents. The system provides the power to search individual operations or across the whole system of active or inactive operations.
All exhibit records can be tagged, either singly or in bulk.
Case Management Statistics
All data is recoverable in a statistical format, showing, for example, the number of exhibits produced by any one officer or the number of exhibits in each operation.
XBook has the facility to produce Court Exhibit Lists, which can be distributed to the Judge, Prosecution, Defence and Jury.
XBook has been designed with portability, ease-of-use and flexibility in mind. Complete record and data sets for entire operations can be transferred onto or from either a laptop computer or onto a CD. Image and File Management
A clear image of the exhibit can be captured, stored and transmitted within minutes of it being found.
Multiple Digital Photos/Video clips
Each XBook record can have multiple digital images/video clips attached to it. If sufficient photos are taken of the item, it is unlikely that the exhibit will need to be handled after initial forensic examinations. Further image attachments can include scanned pages of documentation found at the scene of the crime (e.g. handwritten notebooks, pages torn from books, address books).
As well as allowing images and video clips to be attached to records, any other file can also be attached to XBook exhibit records Users have instant access to documents such as Forensic Reports, Analytical Statements, Police Officer Statements, and Action Results simply by clicking on the file name which is displayed as part of the record.