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Accident and Crime Scene Reconstruction

Panoscan's MK-3 Camera

America's Panoramic Camera


WEB-key & VST

Enables your fingerprint to provide secure access to applications in the cloud or hosted server using any device or platform.

Computer DNA Evidence Interpretation

Information about how a computer DNA interpretation technology helped with the investigation of the Massereene Barracks terrorist attack in Northern Ireland.

Evidence Analysis & Processing

Purair Flex

Purair Flex - Portable, Cost Effective Flexible Film Isolator

Legal Weed? A Look at Synthetic Cannabinoid Drugs

Dr. Barry Logan discusses the challenge "fake weed" presents to law enforcement and forensic analysis

Explosives Detection

Apollo Raman Spectrometer

Detection of Trace Amounts of Explosives & Drugs

Fingerprint Processing

Fingerprint Kits

Manufacturer's of Fingerprint Kits, Fingerprint Pads & Powders, Evidence Collection Supplies & other Forensic Products.

CSIpix Comparator

New Upgrade! See it on YouTube: “CSIpix - What's New V2.1.0.0”. Save your Workspace, Open NIST files & more. Price $299.

Fume Hoods

Aura® Ductless Fume Hood

Self-contained, filtered enclosures remove hazardous fumes, vapors and particles from virtually any laboratory application.

Furniture & Storage

BioFit Ergonomic Lab Seating

You Deserve a Chair that Works as Hard as You Do! Trust Ergonomic Seating for Lab Settings-Custom-Made to Fit You from BioFit.

Laboratory Equipment & Services

Accreditation Services

Discounted Assessment and Accreditation to ISO/IEC 17020 Crime Scene Unit Inspection

Accreditation Services

Cost Free FBI Quality Assurance Standards (QAS) Assessment for DNA testing and/or Databasing

Software / Hardware

Expert AutoStats

The most complete vehicle database available both in years covered and information contained.

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Recovering Latent Fingerprints from Cadavers

IN A HOMICIDE CASE, the recovery of latent impressions from a body is just one more step that should be taken in the process of completing a thorough search. This article is directed at crime-scene technicians and the supervisors who support and direct evidence-recovery operations both in the field and in the controlled settings of the medical examiner’s office or the morgue under the coroner’s direction.