Women and Child Pornography is handled with extreme sensitivity, during the course of an examination, the examiner will duplicate the computer hard drive and will remove all the child pornography materials on the original hard drive which will remain on-site or will be returned to the victim or suspect when required. This is in adherence to protect the human rights of women and children who are vulnerable to this unlawful activity. The conduct of more reliable and efficient digital forensic examination is standardized to highlight the PNP’s effort to alleviate transnational and cyber crime in every community. And more so, the system will assure the safety and security of the public in this modern day innovation. The standard format posted at the DIDM website and also was forwarded to different units/offices that frequently seeks assistance from CIDG for digital forensic examination on their collected evidence of cyber crime cases.
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