Market leading video redaction software is included as part of the LensLock's standard digital evidence management service offering at no extra cost. Every contract, whether it’s for body cameras, dash cameras, or surveillance cameras includes LensLock’s FBI CJIS-certified video redaction services.
What is Video Redaction?
Video redaction is the editing process of blurring out faces and other identifiable body parts to hide or remove sensitive information. Other personally identifiable information (PII) such as tattoos, piercings, vehicle license plates, and audio data such as names and specific details are also included in video redaction.
Video Redaction Services
Video redaction services from LensLock are included with every contract free of charge in conjunction with the LensLocker™ digital evidence management system. Using facial recognition software, LensLocker’s video redaction services identify all faces in the video and allow the user to select which ones to redact.
This state-of-the-art system redacts sensitive or personally identifiable information such as faces, tattoos, license plates, etc. LensLock’s video redaction software is designed for easy integration, allowing officers to download, share, and annotate crucial evidence.
Body Camera Redaction Best Practices
LensLock’s video redaction services adheres to all body camera redaction best practices as laid out by the U.S. Department of Justice and integrate seamlessly with nearly all law enforcement agencies. All solutions are FBI CJIS-compliant and utilize Microsoft Azure for US Government secure cloud storage. Only US federal, state, local, and tribal governments and their partners have access to this dedicated cloud that is operated by screened US citizens.
“Developing – or having access to – a video redaction component within your FOIA program should be a priority.” — Technology Committee of the Chief FOIA Officers Council [Source]
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