AVET’s portable recorders are uniquely capable of being taken into remote areas to record interviews. Our recorders are used to support evidence gathering from alleged victims of injustice and human rights violations. Our portable evidence recorder has been used successfully in Rwanda to collect evidence from suspected victims of human rights violations and to retain the evidential value of the evidence gathered for potential prosecution. Within 48 hours, 3 evidentially secure DVDs in sealed evidence bags were presented to an international human rights organisation in Brussels for use in court.
We have designed our units to operate in remote areas where mains power is not available. Our battery back-up system together with optional portable re-chargeable battery packs ensure power continuity during any interview with users confident in gathering the key evidence wherever they are working and whatever the environment.
Contact us now to understand better how our portable recorders can be used on operations and in remote areas as part of a formal and effective chain of evidence.
We are specialist manufacturers of modern, capable and purpose-built digital evidential recorders - it’s what we do and what we are good at. Our products are designed by our in-house team of technical experts to be used across a wide spectrum of the interview market and we pride ourselves in delivering products that are very easy to set up and operate. Using modern components throughout our build we manufacture robust, state-of-the-art evidential recorders that are powerful, small and lightweight with a sleek modern look and are exceptionally good value for money.
Evidence Recording Specialists
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Portable and Fixed Solutions
Our products are Made in Britain, conform to British standards and good practice for interview recording:
The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) 67(7B): Code E (Revised Code of Practice on Audio Recording Interviews with Suspects); and, Code F (Visual recording interviews with suspects).
The Ministry of Justice’s Achieving Best Evidence in Criminal Proceedings – Guidance on Interviewing Victims and Witnesses, and Guidance on using Special Measures, 3rd Edition dated March 2011.
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