Trinidad and Tobago: Digital Evidence and Cyber Forensics

From August 7-11, 2017, NCSC hosted a digital evidence and cyber forensic study tour for the Chief Justice of Trinidad and Tobago, Ivor Archie.

The study tour was designed to expose Chief Justice Archie to U.S. best practices in digital evidence collection, management and admission at trial, and the use of cyber forensics in the acquisition of evidence. The program will assist Chief Justice Archie in strategic planning efforts currently underway within the judiciary in relation to the use of digital evidence and cyber forensics. 

During the study tour, Chief Justice Archie met with partners at Palantir Mint; the United States Department of Justice, Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS); William & Mary Law School’s Center for Legal and Court Technology; the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council for the District of Columbia; the Fairfax County Court (Virginia); the District of Columbia Superior Court; and the U.S. Patent Office.