Axon Citizen makes it easy for law enforcement agencies to securely receive evidence submissions from the community. Currently Axon Citizen supports one-on-one invitations to community members allowing them to submit files to your agency from their email or mobile phones. Future enhancements for Axon Citizen will expand the current capabilities to include community-wide requests.
Agencies can choose to allow community member submissions to be automatically added as evidence or to use the triage workflow to allow the evidence owner to accept or decline the submissions. The owner of the evidence is the officer that sent the invitation.
Agencies that let users decline evidence submissions can also choose to set a custom retention period for all declined evidence submissions. The custom retention period determines when the declined submissions are queued for deletion, similar to the category retention setting in Evidence.com. If a custom retention period is not set, the declined evidence will use existing agency retention categories to determine when the evidence will be queued for deletion.
Note: The triage workflow is not supported for Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 7 platforms.
Future enhancements for Axon Citizen will expand the current capabilities to include community-wide requests.
The following video provides an overview of how to set up and use Axon Citizen one-on-one. Note that the video includes information about the early access triage functionality.