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    I've said it before and I'll say it again. If you are investigating an arson and there is a video camera with the suspect (especially if they are kids) get a search warrant or consent for the camera. These kids video everything they do. This includes digital cameras and picture phones.

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    Originally posted by GeorgeWendtCFI
    I've said it before and I'll say it again. If you are investigating an arson and there is a video camera with the suspect (especially if they are kids) get a search warrant or consent for the camera. These kids video everything they do. This includes digital cameras and picture phones.
    Not only that George but look for nearby video cameras. Works great in court when you can show the actual offence in progress.

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    Originally posted by BFDLT32


    Not only that George but look for nearby video cameras. Works great in court when you can show the actual offence in progress.
    General rule of thumb-when there is a video surveillance camera near the scene of a crime, it never works. I had to investigate a bank robbery one time where the camera was perfectly positioned to get a full body view of the actor. Pulled the tape, popped it in, and found out that the sun had burned a perfect black spot in the iris of the camera---right where the actor's face was.

    Pop quiz-what is the most prevalent location of video surveillance cams out there today?

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    Originally posted by GeorgeWendtCFI

    Pop quiz-what is the most prevalent location of video surveillance cams out there today?
    Just about anywhere nowadays...but I'll have to say either ATM's, or elevators.
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    Originally posted by LeuitEFDems

    Just about anywhere nowadays...but I'll have to say either ATM's, or elevators.
    ATM's.

    In almost every bank-owned ATM, there is such a camera. I have used them twice. Once, it gave us the view of an actor's car as it left the scene. The other, by dumb luck, was pointing directly at a bridal shop that sustained a fire. Was able to see all the areas of access to the store. We could see that when the owner left (to verify her story), when the employees left (to verify their story), when the fire started, was reported and suppressed. We could also see that no one else entered the store.

    Two things:

    1. The cameras are of relatively low quality and have a relatively limited field of view.

    2. The bank manager is probably not just going to invite you in to watch the tape. You may have to go through the bank's security department. Also, you may need a subpoena.

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