Grafton County Sheriff’s Department: Crime-Fighting Computer Forensic Unit Near Completion

Justin Combs, deputy detective with the Grafton County Sheriff's Department and computer forensic analyst, stands beside a new piece of equipment in the department's computer forensic unit, an AM microscope that will help the department better retrieve digital information that is part of a crime investigation. (Photo by Robert Blechl)

NORTH HAVERHILL — The computer forensic unit established at the Grafton County Sheriff’s Department two years ago now has a new home and a wider array of equipment to better protect children against Internet and computer crimes and aid local law enforcement in solving other crimes.

It can unlock and retrieve information on computers, tablets, smart phones, and all kinds of digital devices.

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