The CSI / Forensics topic provides up-to-date information about technology, science, history, law, and strategy of of CSI and Forensics teams. Analyzing soil samples, lifting fingerprints, comparing DNA samples, and other forensics work is not like fictionalized creations on TV and movies.
Grant Director Sarah Wilson talks with George Adams about his involvement with Rapid DNA Analysis. Adams discusses how Rapid DNA can make an officer's job more efficient by instantly identifying suspects.
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Police departments worldwide are benefiting as software and technology companies compete with each other to stay in top, as the latest innovations are being applied to forensics, crime scene investigations, and police safety. With developments like infrared-reading and GPS-tracking eye-wear, DNA-filled gun pellets, and portable body scanners, futuristic, movie-like methods of policing don't seem so fictional. - Full Story
Sgt. Sean Drenth was a 12-year veteran when he was fatally shot, and all the available information - case files, photos, and video - has been compiled into one resource. (ABC 15 Image) Interact with the case files