Welcome to the Greater Houston RCFL Web Page

The Greater Houston Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory (GHRCFL) is located at 13333 N.W. Freeway, Suite 400 in Houston. We are accepting requests for assistance from area law enforcement agencies in our service area. Requesting assistance is simple and easy — click here to access the service request form.

The GHRCFL is still seeking interested law enforcement agencies that wish to join us in this important endeavor. To learn more about becoming a participating agency contact Ryan Dusek on (713) 690-2566.


What is an RCFL?

An RCFL is a one-stop, full service forensics laboratory and training center devoted entirely to the examination of digital evidence in support of criminal investigations, such as, but not limited to —




   

FY 2012 Annual Report — The FY 2012 RCFL Annual Report is now available for download or to read on-line. Read the Annual Report now!


Service Offering - Cell Phone and Loose Media Kiosks

Two kiosks are available on-site — enabling investigators to access digital evidence quickly and easily - please call ahead to schedule an appointment.


Loose Media Kiosk (LMK) — This tool enables users to review evidentiary data found on such items as hendheld electronic devices such as thumb drives, flash media, CDs/DVDs and more.

 

Cell Phone Kiosk — This kiosk allows users to extract data from a cell phone, put it into a report, and burn the report to a CD or DVD in as little as 30 minutes. Click here to see which phones are actively supported and here to read FAQs about the program.


Training Opportunities

Click here to view information about Training offered at the Greater Houston RCFL. Visit our Online Training Registration web site to view available courses and sign up for classes.

 

New Customer Satisfaction Survey

If you've recently taken advantage of one or more of our service offerings, please take a moment to complete our new Customer Satisfaction Survey. We are continually striving to improve our service to the community and your input could be a huge help.

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