Tool Kit

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This article appears in the September-October 2021 issue of Evidence Technology Magazine.
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Tool for Digital Forensics in the Field

The SuperImager Plus 12-in. rugged NVMe + SATA Portable Digital Forensic Imager unit from MediaClone helps digital forensic investigators in the field multitask, from imaging multiple drives to performing a complete forensic analysis. It is configured with Dual Open OS. Under Linux, preform simultaneous parallel forensic imaging. Under Windows 10, run EnCase, Axiom, and Nuix forensic analysis applications, and Cellebrite or MSAB cellphone data extraction applications. The product is portable and compact, with a 12-in. display and high-performing hardware. The SuperImager Plus supports both SATA and NVMe and is equipped with an i7 CPU and Thunderbolt 3.0 port for expansion or to connect to a 10GbE network.

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Capture Photos and Video Within the UV Light Spectrum

The PD Contrast SDFI Camera System offers anyone the ability to capture highly valued photographs and video with an ultraviolet light, while taking those pictures within a dim or dark environment. Contrast lights are used to see dried fluids such as sperm and semen among other things, to see better than without using a contrast light. Now, capturing photos and video of those areas of interest is easy and fast. Already have contrast lighting tools? You can also use them with your PD Contrast SDFI Camera System.

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Light a Scene, Anywhere, for Hours

All-terrain Lentry Lights can be set up where needed — not just where the terrain warrants — turning night into day. Three independently adjustable legs allow the system to go where conventional lights cannot: the sides of hills, under bridges, or the rough terrain of a riverbank, as shown here (photo used with permission from Meade County Emergency Mgmt., South Dakota). Lentry Model 2TWSPX-C34 (shown) extends to almost 9-feet tall and lights an entire scene for hours. When the job is complete, simply retract the legs and pole with the turn of a knob and store the LED light head in its case.

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Lab Chair That “Sits Like a Glove”

This award-winning technical and laboratory seating was developed based on actual worker input and features 13 ergonomic adjustments. MVMT Pro chairs boast a 350-pound capacity and are available in many configurations, including ISO6 ‒ ISO8, ESD, and combination cleanroom/static control models. Functionality is highlighted by the industry’s only forward seat tilt and backrest forward/back adjustments, which can be used simultaneously to provide lumbar support while conducting forward-leaning tasks such as microscopy. All models are LEED compliant and available in FR-chemical-free and a variety of other upholsteries.

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Streamlined Digital Evidence Processing


Paraben, a company that is celebrating 22 years of supporting law enforcement, recently introduced E3: Universal 3.0 Cobalt Edition. This electronic evidence examination solution offers end-to-end processing capabilities for all types of digital evidence, including but not limited to phones, computers, email, cloud data, instant messaging, internet, IoT devices, and Windows artifacts. According to Paraben, E3 Universal is affordable, easy to use, reliable, and comes with free training. You can request a free demo and trial at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Weapons Storage Kit

The ClearView Weapons Storage Kit (Patent No: P08299US0) allows you to safely package, handle, and store a weapon. The patented, two-part system allows you to clearly secure, view, and handle collected weapons. This kit allows you to ensure the safety of personnel by seeing which direction the gun is pointed and verifying it is cleared and safe. Quickly and easily review serial numbers, and present in court without worrying about destroying DNA or breaking the chain of custody.

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Ductless Workstation

The MicroFlow II is an ideal Class 1 ductless carbon-filtered workstation equipped with activated carbon filtration for fumes, odors, and non-hazardous chemical vapors. A clear shroud surrounds the work area and includes a hinged viewing sash for user protection. Typical applications include sample weighing, general chemistry involving small volumes of common chemicals, individual workstations, tissue staining and processing, gluing and drying operations, solvent cleaning of electronic parts, soldering fumes and odors, school demonstration workstations, and containment of forensic applications.

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Find Known or Unknown Faces in Video


There’s no need to pour time and staff resources into watching hours of video footage that might contain a wanted person. The face recognition solution FaceVACS-DBScan LE from Cognitec finds known or unknown persons in multiple videos, quickly narrowing down suspect investigations. The software quickly compares faces in videos, still images, and sketches to massive databases, and instantly displays a candidate list of possible matches. The investigation toolset includes various filters to enhance image quality and improve match results. It also provides a set of inspection tools to compare images side-by-side and match facial features.

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Create Digital Images of Bullets and Cartridge Cases


The Evofinder Automated Ballistic Identification System is a scanning device that generates digital images in both 2D and 3D of bullets and cartridge cases for examination, comparison, and correlative searches within existing databases. Evofinder’s four-motor mechanics provides high-quality recording of bullets, including heavily deformed ones, and allows the use of a universal cassette to mount and orient both types of samples in the scanning device. The Evofinder incorporates a compact, lightweight, and portable system design.

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Court Case Update

FINGERPRINT EVIDENCE went through a nearly three-year ordeal in the New Hampshire court system, but eventually emerged unscathed. On April 4, 2008, the New Hampshire Supreme Court unanimously reversed the decision of a lower court to exclude expert testimony regarding fingerprint evidence in the case of The State of New Hampshire v. Richard Langill. The case has been remanded back to the Rockingham County Superior Court.