Federal Agencies

interview room recording systems

Investigating criminal, terrorist, and foreign intelligence threats to the United States is one of the most complex jobs in the country. Security is of the utmost importance when it comes to sensitive and confidential interview and interrogation recording. You cannot allow for poor audio and video quality, lost interviews, or failed recordings from outdated technology like DVR systems and audio recorders. CaseCracker interview room recording systems meet the highest of standards utilizing security and reliability features like data redundancy and secure hash. These features put you at ease knowing your investigative interviews are securely saved onto your CaseCracker interview room recording system.

Easy-to-Use Interface

CaseCracker systems require very little training to get started and recording is initiated with a single button. When you are ready to review the video, our user-friendly interface allows you to play, pause, fast-forward, or rewind in multiple speeds. You’ll save even more time in the review process by marking key statements and creating notes right in the CaseCracker system. When you’re ready to export the interview, CaseCracker gives you the option to export in a variety of file formats so you can quickly access and share the evidence you need.

Select Federal Performance

CaseCracker is the preferred interview room recording system among some of the most forward-thinking federal agencies in the United States. Our interview room recording systems are the preferred solution for the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), Army CID, Air Force OSI, U.S. Coast Guard, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Our systems are also in use at police agencies in major cities such as Boston, Seattle, Washington, D.C., Cleveland, and Baltimore, as well as suburban locations such as Fairfax, Virginia, and Brookline, Massachusetts.

2008–Present: Naval Criminal Investigative Services
2008–Present: Army Criminal Investigative Department
2010–Present: Air Force Office of Special Investigations
2012–Present: Coast Guard Investigative Services
2017–Present: Federal Bureau of Investigation

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