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Communication Makes All the Difference

How One Researcher-Practitioner Team Did It

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How Facial Recognition Technology Helps

MorphoTrust USA (Safran) - a leading U.S. provider of identity solutions to federal, state and local governments - recently released a new infographic outlining how facial recognition technology helps law enforcement agencies bring criminals to justice.

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New Study Examines Implications of Collecting Arrestee DNA

The Supreme Court ruled June 3, in a 5-4 decision, that DNA can be collected by law enforcement from people arrested but not yet convicted of serious crimes. Questions remain, however, about the degree to which this practice solves more crimes and about the costs of its implementation.

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Microscopic Saw Mark Analysis

A new final technical report has been released by the NIJ through the National Criminal Justice Reference Service: Independent Validation Test of Microscopic Saw Mark Analysis.

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Automated frozen storage: State-of-the-Art and Novel

Advances in technology continue to expand the availability of storage systems for biological specimen collections.

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Reports Focus on Laser Microdissection

Through the National Criminal Justice Reference Service, NIJ has made available two final technical reports on the identification and separation of cell mixtures using laser microdissection techniques.

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Crime Scene Revisited

Faces of the victims recovered from the scene of a genocide.

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