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Evidence Collection

The Police Evidence Collection topic lets investigators and cops know what’s new in fingerprint technology, legal matters, administrative challenges and more. No law enforcement officer’s case will ever hold up in court without an excellent assembly of evidence, whether that be a bloody knife or a dusty footprint.
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Imaging Tips for Photographing Evidence

The following are common photographic problems when collecting evidence and tips for solving them. 1.... - Full Story Secure - Login Required

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Technology Uncovering 'Secret' Evidence On Weapons in North Texas

By Gary Reaves WFAA-TV News, Dallas Tracking the guns involved in crimes has always been a difficult... - Full Story

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Photo "Scale" and Measures (secure - login required)

A couple of cheap items can tell a great deal about an item in a photo. By placing these items in your... - Full Story Secure - Login Required

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Saved By an Eyelash? Cold Case Gets a Hot Tip

A Garden Grove, Calif. inquiry shows that as science advances, items saved years ago by meticulous investigators... - Full Story

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Lack of Training Cited in Report on Flawed Boston Fingerprinting Unit

The Associated Press BOSTON (AP) - An independent study of the Boston Police Department's troubled fingerprinting... - Full Story

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Eliminating Excess Print Dust

When dusting a horizontal surface, the dust can become too heavy on the surface. I use a can of compressed... - Full Story Secure - Login Required

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Photographing Latent Prints on Glasses

Be sure to keep white and black colored ballons in your photo kit. If you dust a bottle or glass and... - Full Story Secure - Login Required

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Victim Assistance at Crime Scenes

In a small department, where you may be the only one at a crime scene, I have learned to use the victim... - Full Story Secure - Login Required

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Glue Sticks and Evidence Envelopes

It can be helpful to carry a glue stick in your evidence bag. If you put evidence in a small envelope... - Full Story Secure - Login Required

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Latent Dust Tip

Carry plastic cups for use of latent dust at scenes and in the field. Place a small amount of dust in... - Full Story Secure - Login Required



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