Form QR-CC-1 "Incoming Evidence Checklist - Computer Crimes and Electronic Evidence" - Connecticut

What Is Form QR-CC-1?

This is a legal form that was released by the Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection - a government authority operating within Connecticut. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on January 15, 2014;
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Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection
Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection
Division of Scientific Services • Computer Crimes & Electronic Evidence Laboratory
Division of Scientific Services
COMPUTER CRIMES & ELECTRONIC EVIDENCE
Examiner
INCOMING EVIDENCE CHECKLIST
Initials
Section use only
Submitting Agency:
Start Date:
Division Case #:
Agency Case #:
1. Has the evidence being submitted been turned on or has any evidence been reviewed prior to submission?
No
Yes – Please explain:
Was this examination performed by another forensic lab?
Yes (Cannot examine without approval.)
No
Provide the dates, times and by whom the evidence was accessed:
2. Is the submitting officer aware of any privileged information that may be contained on the evidence being
submitted? (i.e. Attorney-client communication, published articles)
No
Yes – Please explain:
3. Are there any specific words or phrases that would assist the examiner in the analysis of the evidence?
No
Yes – Please list below:
4. Are there any specific e-mail addresses that would assist the examiner in the analysis of the evidence?
No
Yes – Please list below:
5.
Is there any other information that would assist the examiner in the analysis of the evidence including passwords,
pin codes or pattern locks?
No
Yes – Please explain:
Section use only
that the Division barcode labels on all of the submitted evidence
Check here and initial to confirm
match with the Request for Analysis form and the Division Evidence Receipt.
______
Initials:
filled out properly and all questions have been
Check here and initial to confirm that this form has been
answered.
______
Initials:
QR-CC-1
Page 1 of 1
Revision # 2
Date: 01-15-2014
Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection
Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection
Division of Scientific Services • Computer Crimes & Electronic Evidence Laboratory
Division of Scientific Services
COMPUTER CRIMES & ELECTRONIC EVIDENCE
Examiner
INCOMING EVIDENCE CHECKLIST
Initials
Section use only
Submitting Agency:
Start Date:
Division Case #:
Agency Case #:
1. Has the evidence being submitted been turned on or has any evidence been reviewed prior to submission?
No
Yes – Please explain:
Was this examination performed by another forensic lab?
Yes (Cannot examine without approval.)
No
Provide the dates, times and by whom the evidence was accessed:
2. Is the submitting officer aware of any privileged information that may be contained on the evidence being
submitted? (i.e. Attorney-client communication, published articles)
No
Yes – Please explain:
3. Are there any specific words or phrases that would assist the examiner in the analysis of the evidence?
No
Yes – Please list below:
4. Are there any specific e-mail addresses that would assist the examiner in the analysis of the evidence?
No
Yes – Please list below:
5.
Is there any other information that would assist the examiner in the analysis of the evidence including passwords,
pin codes or pattern locks?
No
Yes – Please explain:
Section use only
that the Division barcode labels on all of the submitted evidence
Check here and initial to confirm
match with the Request for Analysis form and the Division Evidence Receipt.
______
Initials:
filled out properly and all questions have been
Check here and initial to confirm that this form has been
answered.
______
Initials:
QR-CC-1
Page 1 of 1
Revision # 2
Date: 01-15-2014