One operation — 27 identified victims using Analyze CS Operations

One operation — 27 identified victims using Analyze CS Operations
December 15, 2018 Kristofer

One operation — 27 identified victims

Using Analyze CS Operations

The INTERPOL Victim Identification Task Force recently gathered investigators from around the world for a victim identification operational exercise. Through innovative police work and using Griffeye Analyze CS Operations, they managed to successfully identify and save 27 victimized children.

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