When it comes to the police department and other public safety and federal agencies, evidence is a top priority when investigating different crimes. Finding evidence is not always easy and evidence can range from items big and small, video and audio tapes, or just word of mouth. After finding said evidence, it must be kept secure and of good quality.
Technological advances are benefitting criminal investigations, but all of the mounting uncovered evidence from scenes creates a problem. Overcrowding. This is why it is so important to upgrade your storage units when needed.
A police officer is more than someone in the movies chasing the bad guys down, tackling them, and handcuffing them. A police officer is a broad term that is used for everyone from the trainees to the old timers. Who is protecting their items?
The Fremont County Sheriff Department said goodbye to the past and hello to the future. The Fremont County Sheriff’s Department was working out of a building that was from 1889. Midwest Storage Solutions, Inc., was tasked with bringing the storage to the future.
I’m sure most of us have watched a popular television crime show a time or two. The common ones are NCIS; Law & Order: Special Victims Unit; and Criminal Minds; but the list goes on and on. Often times, a person is either acquitted of or found not guilty because someone tampered with or lost evidence. This can throw away a whole case and let a guilty person go. In real life, evidence is one of the most important parts to a case! This is why it needs to be stored properly.