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Digital forensics departments usually have to analyse vast amounts of audio-visual content, such as videos collected from street CCTV footage, hard drives or online resources. The framework presented in this article, which has been developed in the context of the EU-funded project LASIE, aims to assist investigators in their everyday tasks, through the provision of innovative tools for image and video analysis, object detection and tracking and event detection. These tools exploit the latestdoi:10.5281/zenodo.1071749 fatcat:fdq74cdiurh3biqnsewscbjmdy