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June 2012

Accident and Crime Scene Reconstruction

IVDSS Service

Providing vehicle VIN DeCoding, Dimensional and Stiffness data to the Accident Investigation community since 1991.

Panoscan's MK-3 Camera

America's Panoramic Camera

Computer Forensics

Forensic UltraDock v5

Secure the Chain of Evidence with WiebeTech's New Forensic UltraDock v5 from CRU-DataPort

Chip-Off and JTAG Analysis for Mobile Device Forensics

These two disciplines offer mobile-device examiners avenues for deeper data access, the ability to bypass lock codes, and a way to recover data from damaged devices.

DNA Collection and Analysis

Collaborative Exercise

DNA-based identification of bone samples

Explosives Detection

Apollo Raman Spectrometer

Detection of Trace Amounts of Explosives & Drugs

Fingerprint Processing

ReproCAST® Silicone

EVIDENT® provides 5 different colors of their high quality ReproCAST® Silicone for forensic casting.

Fingerprint Kits

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

CSIpix Comparator

See CSIpix® at IAI 2012 and on YouTube “CSIpix - What's New V2.1.0.0”. Use GYRO, 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

Ship Now! New Lab Seating

Trust BioFit for Custom Lab & Cleanroom Seating Solutions: Durable and Ergonomic with Models That Ship in 72 Hours or Less!

Electronic Tracking Software in Property Rooms

This article profiles a number of different police departments' evidence units and takes a closer look at how they utilize electronic tracking software in their evidence workflow.

Laboratory Equipment

Zymit® Low-foam

Clean your equipment and tools of blood, tissue, feces and more with Zymit® Low-foam!

Training & Education

Forensic Science Master's

Take Your Career to the Next Level


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