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CACE: Cyber Forensics Division

The Armstrong Police Cyber Forensics Division (CFD) is unique among local and state law enforcement agencies as well as university police departments in many respects.  The division currently consists of a supervisory police lieutenant and eight trained and certified forensics analysts. All but two of the technicians are police officers and assigned to patrol shifts giving the CFD true 24 hour per day, 365 days per year operational capability. Members of the team include  Lt.Tiffany Land, Officers Keith Jeffries, Stuart Glasby and non-sworn member Autumn Taylor.

The CFD operates a state of the art digital forensics lab.  It is equipped with multiple Forensics Recovery of Evidence Devices (FRED) manufactured by Digital Intelligence, the latest versions of FTK software suite, EnCase software suite, Cellebrite Universal Forensics Extraction Device Touch (UFED) with Physical Extractor/Analyzer and related equipment and software such as Lantern 4 (a logical extraction suite for IOS and Android phones), Mobile Phone Examiner, and Internet Evidence Finder.

The CFD's supervisor lieutenant ensures that all services provided by the CFD are legally and forensically sound.  This level of legal and technical oversight is unique to the CFD.

The CFD can provide a wide range of services involving the forensics examination of computers, cell phones, smart phones, and other electronic devices:


cyber forensics team

The Cyber Forensics Division was featured in an article in the Aug/Sept issue of South Magazine. Pictured left to right: Mr. Stuart Glasby, Lt. Joe Peny, Officer Keith Jeffries, Lt. John Taylor, Lt. John Bennett, Lt. Isaac Strickland. Photo credit: South Magazine.


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