Evidence Locker – Tiffin

Evidence management is crucial to the outcome of criminal prosecutions. Tiffin Metal’s evidence locker line takes security to the highest level.


Features

  • 38 standard configurations
  • Pass-back digital locking option
  • 16 gauge construction
  • Variety of lock options available

Pass-Thru Evidence Locker

  • Lockers are built into the wall
  • Evidence is deposited from user side and retrieved from control side
  • Rear door allows evidence to be removed and locker openings reset

Non Pass-Thru Evidence Locker

  • Evidence is deposited and accessed from user side
  • Master keyed so that evidence can only be retrieved by authorized personnel

Refrigerated Evidence Locker

  • Pass-thru or non pass-thru, 42 1/2″ & 82″ heights available
  • Can stand alone or be incorporated into standard evidence configurations
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Multiple insert options
  • Forced air circulation
  • Refrigerator or freezer
  • Temperature controlled alarm

Additional Options

Evidence Locker Door Configurations

Sample door configurations shown are 18″W, 24″W and 36″W. All lockers are 24″Dx82″H including a 4″ attached base.

Refrigerated Evidence Locker Door Configurations

Refrigeration units available in 42″ and 82″ heights. Choose from multiple door insert options.

Non Pass-Thru Lock Options

Non Pass-Thru Evidence Lockers are free standing. Evidence is both deposited and retrieved from the same self-closing doors.

  • Keyed with Key Drop
    • Each door will have a key left in locker that can only be removed when in locked position, User will choose door to use, open door, place evidence in the locker, shut door and turn the key to put lock in the lock position. User will then remove the key and drop in the key drop slot on the door. Evidence and keys can only be collected from the evidence manager from the user side using the master key.
  • Slam Latch
    • Each door will be left slightly ajar. Each door will have a key override to retrieve the evidence, user will choose door type to put evidence in, user puts evidence in locker and shuts the door, the door is now locked and evidence can only be retrieved from the user side by the evidence manager using the master key.
  • Digital Pass Back
    • Door is fitted with digital lock that will accept any 4 digit code, officer will open door place evidence in compartment, shut door then type in their selected 4 digit code. To retrieve or continue processing evidence officer types in same 4 digit code, once door has been unlocked it is now ready to accept any 4 digi code. Commonly used when officer is called away while process evidence and it needs to be secured or if an officer needs to take evidence to court the property manager will leave evidence in this door equipped with digital lock and relay the 4 digit code to officer.

Pass-Thru Lock Options

Pass-Thru Evidence Lockers are built into the wall, allowing evidence to be deposited from one side and retrieved from another.

  • Keyed with Key Drop
    • Each door will have a key left in locker that can only be removed when in locked position. User will choose door to use, open door, place evidence in the locker, shut door and turn the key to put lock in the lock position. User will then remove the key and drop in the key drop slot on the door. Evidence and keys can only be collected from the controlled side.
  • Keyless Lift Latch
    • Each door has a latch mechanism which will show unlocked when not in use and locked when in use, user would open door put evidence in the door, shut the door and push up on the latch, the latch will read locked. Evidence will only be able to be retrieved from controlled side.
  • Digital Pass Back
    • Door is fitted with digital lock that will accept any 4 digit code, officer will open door place evidence in compartment, shut door then type in their selected 4 digit code. To retrieve or continue processing evidence officer types in same 4 digit code, once door has been unlocked it is now ready to accept any 4 digi code. Commonly used when officer is called away while process evidence and it needs to be secured or if an officer needs to take evidence to court the property manager will leave evidence in this door equipped with digital lock and relay the 4 digit code to officer.

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