This chapter reviews the options for tracking evidence, importance of a secure storage location and the need for written policy. These factors impact the integrity of an evidentiary item and the successful prosecution of a court case. An agency must have established policies and procedures for these practices and provide staff with the equipment and training needed to comply. Examples of packaging materials, storage types and documentation methods are discussed in this chapter. Tracking technology and available storage will vary between agencies; however, limitations do not prevent the establishment of standards. An agency's administration needs to stay vigilant to the changes in best practices in order to review and update policies and procedures effectively.