When requesting assistance, the law enforcement agency should first contact the RCFL to discuss the request, and then carefully complete one of the following forms or letters—
The requesting agency should write a letter on their stationary that explains the nature of the request. The letter must contain a supervising agent's signature, and can accompany either the Field Service Request Form or the Evidence Custody Form.
Requests for on-site assistance are accepted on a case-by-case basis from any law enforcement agency in the RCFL's service area. The RCFL prioritizes each request according to the nature of the crime and uses the Field Service Request form to monitor and track cases.
If the service request involves the submission of digital evidence, include this form along with the request letter to ensure the integrity of the evidence while in the RCFL's custody.
Any law enforcement agency in the RCFL's service area may request training. Click here to visit our Training Room.
The following downloadable forms are required by the IWRCFL.
- Word version of Field Service Request Form
- Word version of Evidence Custody Form
- Word version of Customer Satisfaction Survey
1/30/12: Two Teenagers Arrested for Allegedly Plotting to Bomb Utah High SchoolThe Intermountain West RCFL is supplying digital forensics expertise to investigators looking into a detailed plan allegedly hatched by Dallin Morgan, 18 and Joshua Hoggan, 16, to detonate a bomb during an assembly at Roy High School in Utah — get the full story.
Evidence intake is available 8am-4pm Monday thru Thursday **
** Not available during lunch hour from 12-1pm each day
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Please call ahead.