Featured Products & Services: August 2010

August 2010

Feature Articles Included Below:
Shooting ReconstructionMobile Biometrics

Jump to Your Area of Interest:
Accident & Crime Scene ReconstructionConsultingCrime Scene Equipment
Fingerprint ProcessingInvestigation ToolsLaboratory EquipmentTraining & Education

Accident & Crime Scene Reconstruction

Crime Scene Virtual Tour

A distinctive virtual reality solution for crime scene investigation.


Feature Article: Shooting-Incident Reconstruction Within a Room

A detailed description of what tools you need and what you need to do to properly reconstruct a shooting incident.


Consulting

Backlog Reduction

Your forensic problems become our challenges, and our solutions become your successes.


 

Crime Scene Equipment

Feature Article: Mobile Biometrics

Can mobile multi-modal biometric devices be useful at the crime scene?


CSAIR-Compressor

The Best "Tool" for the Application of Blood Search Solutions.


Protective Clothing

Protect yourself & your employees! Order coveralls, gloves and protective clothing from Penn Camera Forensic Solutions.


Fingerprint Processing

Mini CyanoSafe

Portable, automated benchtop fingerprint development – perfect for mobile crime labs or any area short on space.


Investigation Tools

Lumiscene-Ultra

The end of the Luminol era?


Laboratory Equipment & Services

Evidence Drying Cabinet

Convict the bad guys—protect the good guys. The Protector® Evidence Drying Cabinet keeps you and your crucial evidence safe.


Training and Education

Forensic Science Master's

Take Your Career to the Next Level


IAPS

Offering First Class and Innovative Training - Anytime, Anywhere


 

 
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