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NJRCFL NEWS

05/24/2012: New Jersey RCFL Receives Prestigious ASCLD/LAB-International Accreditation — The New Jersey RCFL (NJRCFL) was recently approved for the ASCLD/LAB International Accreditation Program after completing an intensive assessment by expert evaluators. The lab, which opened in 2004, achieved ASCLD/LAB Legacy Accreditation in 2006. Click here for more information.  

UPCOMING TRAINING

There are no upcoming classes at this time.

The FBI's Newark Division was selected by FBI Director Robert Mueller III to host a Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory (RCFL) in 2004. The New Jersey RCFL opened in November 2004. In 2011, according to the most recent RCFL Annual Report, the laboratory trained more than 260 law enforcement officers and processed over 300 terabytes of data in support of New Jersey law enforcement agencies.

On November 21, 2006, the New Jersey Regional Computer Forensic Laboratory earned accreditation through the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors-Laboratory Accreditation Board (ASCLD-LAB) in the Digital and Multimedia Discipline in both the computer and video subdisciplines. We are the first digital forensic laboratory in the northeast to have attained such accreditation. On May 24, 2012, the lab earned the ASCLD-LAB international accreditation following an intensive assessment by ASCLD-LAB expert evaluators.

The RCFL is seeking interested law enforcement agencies that wish to join us in this important endeavor. To learn more about becoming a Participating Agency, contact NJRCFL Director Ronald Menold at (609) 631-8777.

*** For Immediate Service Call: 609-631-8777 ***

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FY 2012 Annual Report — The FY 2012 RCFL Annual Report is now available for download or to read on-line. Read the Annual Report now!


Service Offering - Cell Phone and Loose Media Kiosks

Two kiosks are available on-site — enabling investigators to access digital evidence quickly and easily - please call ahead to schedule an appointment.


Loose Media Kiosk (LMK) — This tool enables users to review evidentiary data found on such items as hendheld electronic devices such as thumb drives, flash media, CDs/DVDs and more.

 

Cell Phone Kiosk — This kiosk allows users to extract data from a cell phone, put it into a report, and burn the report to a CD or DVD in as little as 30 minutes. Click here to see which phones are actively supported and here to read FAQs about the program.


New Customer Satisfaction Survey

If you've recently taken advantage of one or more of our service offerings, please take a moment to complete our new Customer Satisfaction Survey. We are continually striving to improve our service to the community and your input could be a huge help.



NJRCFL Spotlight
What is an RCFL?
An RCFL is a one-stop, full service forensics laboratory and training center devoted entirely to the examination of digital evidence in support of criminal investigations, such as, but not limited to—Terrorism, child pornography, crimes of violence, the theft or destruction of intellectual property, internet crimes, and fraud.
NJRCFL Forensic Examiners
NJRCFL Services
The NJRCFL will accept service requests for assistance on a case-by-case basis from all law enforcement agencies throughout New Jersey. To request services, download the service request form from the link below or click here to download.
                           Click here to download the Service Request form
NJRCFL Service Requests
NJRCFL Training
The NJRCFL offers ImageScan Training to all law enforcement personnel that conduct on-site child pornography investigations.
NJRCFL Training Opportunities

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