iCONECT used for Video Evidence Management.
CASE STUDY: University of Richmond School of Law’s Children’s Defense Clinic selected the iCONECT web-based eDiscovery review platform to analyze hundreds of hours of video. The material was collected from CCTV and police body-cameras centered around recent protests related to the Confederate monuments in the City of Richmond. Users have secure web-based access to the videos, providing the ability to pause, comment, timestamp, and tag any area of interest.
CLIENT: University of Richmond School of Law’s Children’s Defense Clinic
LOCATION: Confederate monuments in the City of Richmond which became a flashpoint in BLM protests
PROJECT: Analysis of video from CCTV and police body-worn cameras
SIZE: 100’s of videos ranging in size from minutes to hours
USERS: 70+ reviewers
REVIEW PROCESS: View, pause, comment, timestamp and tag incidents and inappropriate conduct on University ground
VENDORS: Pro Bono iCONECT software, hosted by HLP in Washington, DC