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This guide will help you upload digital evidence to the Police Service of Northern Ireland's digital evidence portal.

What you will need

Before you begin, you will need the following:

  • A Laptop, desktop computer, or a mobile device.
  • An internet connection.
  • Evidence files which you wish to send.

Step by Step Guide

Step 1

After contacting the Police Service of Northern Ireland, through 101 or 999, and talking to a Police Officer you’ve been asked submit digital evidence. You will automatically receive an email from this email address: [email protected]

Digital Evidence Submission - File Graphic

If the email does not appear in your Inbox, check your Spam folders. If you have not received your email, contact 101 and give the call handler the incident number you have been provided with, this will normally start CC, to ensure that your details have been recorded correctly.

The email you receive from the Police Service will look like this:

Digital Evidence Submission - Email Example

Step 2

To begin uploading your evidence click on the “Box File Request” link in your email. This will open a new tab in your browser, which will direct you to the Police Service of Northern Ireland's secure cloud based storage system.

Digital Evidence Submission - Box Example Graphic

Step 3

To upload your files, just drag and drop your files into the browser.

Digital Evidence Submission - Document Upload

Step 4

Once you have selected all of your files you wish to submit, click the “Submit” Button. 

Digital Evidence Submission - Files Successfully Uploaded

Frequently Asked Questions

  • No, you don’t need to convert files to upload them.

  • No, you can upload the whole video without need to reduce its size.

  • Unfortunately not, your files have been uploaded to the PSNI secure cloud-based service. Only the police officer who is reviewing your case can see them.

  • We advise contacting 101, and citing your CC/Occurrence number. A new secure link will be sent out to you.