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Joseph GardinerJoseph Gardiner
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Hello Martin,

North Bay Fire has no OG’s or policies regarding the storage of photographs.

I don’t think it is necessarily imperative at this point. I have been in court multiple times for part III’s and photographs are my main form of evidence and it has never been an issue.

However, I mark the time and date the picture was taken, location of the picture, person who took the picture, inspection/investigation number, person who labeled the pictures and finally our service name (North Bay Fire).

Hope this helps,

Joe Gardiner

North Bay