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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.
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Computer forensics on a small department budget Tim Dees - Police Tech & Gear

Computer forensics on a small department budget

Flashback Data has services designed to extract the data from damaged and/or encrypted storage media for as little as $500 - Full Story

News

New technology revives cold cases for Fla. police

MorphoBIS allows a latent print examiner to photograph or scan a finger or palm print card taken from a crime scene - Full Story

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DHS developing facial-scanning technology for police

The testing of the technology is still in "early stages" and isn't expected to be ready for several years - Full Story

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FBI reopens 1964 kidnapping case after DNA testing

DNA testing proved a man thought to be a couple's son returned to them after he was kidnapped is of no relation - Full Story

Videos

GE Rapid DNA Analysis

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.

Request free grant assistance for GE Healthcare's DNAScan here.

News

DNA links Boston Strangler suspect to last victim

Albert DeSalvo admitted to killing Mary Sullivan and 10 other women in the Boston area between 1962 and 1964 but later recanted, he was later killed in prison - Full Story

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Major development in Boston Strangler case

Advances in DNA technology have allowed investigators to link suspect Albert DeSalvo to the last victim - Full Story

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Bullets from drive-bys lead police to Wash. murderer

Over 4 weeks, detectives uncovered a gun purchase, ballistics evidence and car damage that linked a suspect to the shooting - Full Story

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Pa. police purchase high-tech imager

The unit uses ultraviolet light instead of powder to detect fingerprints and other evidence - Full Story

Columns

New tech at the center of U.S. v. Rigmaiden case Tim Dees - Police Tech & Gear

New tech at the center of U.S. v. Rigmaiden case

A federal court opinion illustrates why police need to educate judges on new technology - Full Story



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Leadership, Technology and Tactics: Themes from the Street Leadership, Technology and Tactics: Themes from the Street
with Lt. Raymond E. Foster, LAPD (ret.)