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Electronic Filing with the District Attorney’s Office

Request for Complaint (RFC) Media Policy -   A Request for Complaint (RFC) filing and attachments must be prepared using approved media formats and follow procedures for media organization.  A RFC is incomplete if unapproved media is used or media organization procedures are not followed.

Approved Media Formats

·         Documents should be PDF

·         Photos should be JPG

·         Audio should be MP3

·         Video should be MP4

Media Organization

·      Separate information by media type

·   Media types are PDF, JPG, MP3, MP4, Surveillance, Securus (jail phone call recordings), Cellebrite (Cell phone mobile forensics).

·      Each media type shall have a separate CD or DVD disc.

·      Label each disc.  Using a permanent felt tip pen, print legibly right on the CD/DVD the case name, case number, and media type.

Examples:

Smith, Rodger, BCSO 11-23456, JPG

Johnson, John, GPD 11-2345, MP3

Williams, Gene, OPD 11-1234, MP4

Campbell, Mark, CPD 11-2345, PDF

Surveillance Video from outside parties (e.g. retailers)

·      MP4 format is preferred for surveillance videos. If the surveillance videos from outside parties cannot be converted to MP4, the DA will accept formats other than MP4.  Using a permanent felt tip pen, print legibly right on the DVD the case name, case number, and media type.

 Example:        Evans, Joe, BCSO-12345, surveillance

Securus (jail call recordings)

·     Securus discs are made from the jail call recording system. Using a permanent felt tip pen, print legibly right on the CD/DVD, the case name, case number, and media type.

Example:       Smith, Mike CM000111, Securus

Cellebrite (Cell phone mobile forensics)

·    Cellebrite discs are made from a particular cell phone forensics software. Using a permanent felt tip pen, print legibly right on the CD/DVD, the case name, case number, and media type.

Example:       Rodgers, James BCSO 11-23456, Cellebrite

                                                Links to helpful web sites

Free Media player Software:

    VLC Media Player  http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

Free Media Converter software:

    Oxelon media converter  http://www.oxelon.com/media_converter.html

Surveillance conversion hardware:

    iRecord system  http://www.irecord.com/

    Cellebrite    http://www.cellebrite.com/

 

 

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