***THIS IS NOT A CYBER CRIME REPORT LINE. PRIVATE CITIZENS SHOULD REPORT CYBER INCIDENTS TO LOCAL LAW ENFORCMENT.***
The Cyber Crime Unit (CCU) provides all Idaho Law Enforcement agencies with quality forensic image and analysis of digital evidence following the latest industry standards, practices, and training.
The CCU offers forensic examination and assistance with:
- All Digital Media (computers, cellular devices, memory devices)
- Onsite imaging capabilities
- Digital evidence search warrants/subpoena assistance
- Expert Witness court testimony
- Video/Audio Enhancement
Digital Evidence Submissions
All digital/cyber/electronic evidence (computers, cellular devices, copies of audio/video evidence for enhancement) to the CCU must be submitted through the Idaho State Police Forensic Services (ISPFS) Meridian Laboratory and “pre-logged” in the ISPFS Laboratory Information Management System (ILMS).
Idaho State Police Forensic Services
700 S. Stratford Dr
Meridian, ID 83642
In-person customers must provide a hard copy of the pre-log form.
All evidence must be appropriately packaged and sealed when submitted. Packaging and evidence status is outlined at: 2021_05_17 Digital Evidence Submission
- All submissions must be mailed by secure carrier or hand delivered to the ISPFS Meridian Laboratory.
- Improperly sealed evidence shipped to the lab will be returned for remediation.
- Improperly sealed evidence submitted in person must be corrected before acceptance.
- Make advanced notice of urgent submissions to Sgt. Kessinger (208-884-7110) and the Meridian Lab (208-884-7170) so staff can facilitate quick transfer, direction, and evidence processing.
- Any additional forensic science work needed on evidence (i.e., latent prints, DNA, etc.) must be documented on the pre-log form and communicated with ISPFS evidence staff upon submission. ISPFS will coordinate the processing order in conjunction with the submitting agency and ISP CCU.