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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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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


Pa. police purchase high-tech imager

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


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


DNA on beer cans leads to NY robber's arrest

A burglar's decision to knock back a couple of beers during a break-in at an upstate New York home led to his arrest - Full Story


Autopsy: UK soldier died from cuts, stab wounds

Autopsy: UK soldier died from cuts, stab wounds

Lee Rigby, 25, was first struck by a vehicle and then attacked by two men near his barracks, suffering multiple incised wounds - Full Story


Cold case arrest prompts cross-country probe

Authorities in numerous jurisdictions in California, Florida, Kentucky, Missouri, Louisiana, Texas, Georgia, Mississippi and Ohio are looking for ties to one man - Full Story


Court takes up question of arrestee DNA sampling

Privacy activists see letting police use DNA information without a warrant or a conviction as another loss for American privacy - Full Story

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Futuristic police work - in the making

Futuristic police work - in the making

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


Video: Police help other officers improve crime scene skills

Forensic Training Source put on the 40-hour course for shooting reconstruction - Full Story


NYC rape evidence gets stricter oversight

The medical examiner's office is reviewing evidence in more than 800 cases because of sloppy work by a lab technician - Full Story

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with Lt. Raymond E. Foster, LAPD (ret.)