Considerations for evidence recording at the Barnahus (PROMISE 2 and ChildHub Webinar)

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Date of webinar: 
12 Sep 2019
Start and finish time of webinar: 
2pm CEST
Emil Hagland Flam, Business Development Manager at Indico Systems Group

Emil Hagland Flam, Business Development Manager at Indico Systems Group, Norway. The Indico secure digital recording and evidential management system is currently in use by a number of Barnahus and similar setups through Europe.  

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About the webinar:

There is much more to recording interviews at a Barnahus than setting up a system and hitting record. To best perform its role, a Barnahus must comply with local/international rules and regulations of evidence recording, and be able to produce a recorded interview that holds up to scrutiny in court.  

This webinar will explore the key considerations to keep in mind when selecting and setting up your interview recording system, including:  

  • Proving authenticity, in a world where ‘deep fakes’ are becoming exceedingly easy to produce;  
  • Proving the child was not influenced during the interview;  
  • Building trust in the evidence recording procedure from day 1;  
  • Ensuring data is readable long into the future, and that secure access is possible on demand;  
  • Planning for the storage requirements of an exponential growth in interview files;  
  • GDPR implications.  

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