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Document and Media Exploitation (DOMEX)

Document and Media Exploitation

The National Drug Intelligence Center (NDIC) Document and Media Exploitation (DOMEX) Branch has developed a uniquely efficient approach that allows analysts to quickly organize and assimilate significant amounts of seized documentary and electronic evidence.

NDIC's DOMEX methodology integrates the requesting agencies' case agents, prosecutors, and analysts into the DOMEX mission planning process, thereby ensuring that the DOMEX mission will be focused to meet the needs and priorities of the requesting agencies.

In conjunction with the requestors, our experienced personnel establish the Priority Intelligence Requirements (PIRs) for each DOMEX mission, particular to each requestor's investigation, by identifying critical concerns and limiting the scope of the mission to the most important elements. The DOMEX analysts are able to quickly identify the key associations and investigative leads from the evidence. As a result, investigators, analysts, and prosecutors can more rapidly determine the scope of their evidentiary holdings, identify previously unknown relationships and assets, and better prepare for court proceedings. All DOMEX personnel are trained in proper evidence handling techniques to ensure that our services are conducted with the utmost professionalism.

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NDReal-time Analytical Intelligence Database (RAID)

NDIC created RAID to manage large quantities of data gathered during DOMEX operations. RAID is a relational database used to record key pieces of information and to quickly identify links among people, places, businesses, financial accounts, telephone numbers, and other investigative information examined by our analysts. The software runs on any Windows operating system (Windows 2000 or higher), in any mode of operation (stand-alone or LAN). It can be used to analyze any type of information from any kind of investigation or as a case management tool.

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NOTE: On June 15, 2012, the National Drug Intelligence Center will close. This web site will no longer be maintained. The documents that are currently on this site may contain dated information. They remain available to provide access to historical materials.
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