CRIME SCENE NEWS
Calling Forensic Scientists: OSAC

Apply now to join the NIST Organization of Scientific Area Committees.

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Advances in Technology Seminar

NIJ’s Forensic Science Technology Center of Excellence at RTI International is hosting live webinars of presentations that were part of a Seminar Series from NIJ’s 2014 Grantees Meeting.

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Evaluations of New Policing Technologies

NIJ has posted reports from the NIJ-funded Forensic Technology Center of Excellence (FTCoE) on mobile ID and panoramic crime scene imaging technologies.

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Free Death Investigation Course

The Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX), has launched an online version of its Death Investigation course, thanks to funding from the Texas Office of the Governor - Criminal Justice Division (CJD). The 40-hour course, offered through the Texas Forensic Science Academy, will be available at no cost through September.

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New Crime Scene Checklist App

The first moments at a crime scene can be critical to saving lives and ensuring justice, and now, thanks to an effort led by Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU), a key to preserving the initial scene can be held in an officer’s hand.

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Identifying Prescription Drugs at the Crime Scene

- Sponsored Content - How field-portable Raman spectroscopy can help law enforcement make informed decisions and gather forensic-based intelligence in real time.

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Image Clarification Workflow

A FEW WEEKS AGO, I received a call from Ocean Systems asking if I would like to beta test their newest software—ClearID v2.0 Image Clarification Workflow. The new progam has filters that were designed for use with Adobe’s Photoshop graphics-editing program.

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