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- Product From Lynn Peavey Co.
Zipr-Weld Evidence Imprint Rolls have "zippered" edges combined with the "welding" properties of the adhesive that make removal of the seal virtually impossible and visibly showing signs of un-authorized entry. Minimum of 9 rolls for custom orders and in increments of 3 thereafter. Dimensions: 1.38" X 108' NEW! Our white stripe tape features a special security code that identifies when the tape was produced.
- Product From Cellebrite
Cellebrite, the leading developer and provider of mobile data forensic solutions, today announced the launch of the UFED 4PC and UFED TK. Together with the UFED Touch, UFED 4PC and UFED TK constitute the first and only complete series of mobile forensic solutions across dedicated single purpose and general purpose PC-based hardware platforms to accommodate the broadest range of lab and field use cases. UFED 4PC is designed for customers who require a convenient, cost-effective way to extract and analyze mobile forensic data on a single PC of their choosing. UFED TK supports users who seek to extract and analyze mobile forensic data on a pre-configured PC hardware platform. UFED 4PC may be installed on any Windows-based PC, while UFED TK features the UFED 4PC software pre-installed and configured on a rugged PC hardware platform available directly from Cellebrite.
- Product From Kustom Signals Inc.
Kustom Signals, Inc. has launched its latest digital evidence management database solution: Eyewitness Data Vault. Influenced by nearly 25 years supplying leading in-car video solutions to law enforcement, the Eyewitness Data Vault offers unmatched configurability and can satisfy and support the needs of any agency. Eyewitness Data Vault can be used from a single workstation with several users to a large scale Enterprise class solution with thousands of users and multiple ingestion sites.
- Product From TIFFIN METAL PRODUCTS
If Security, "Evidence Continuity" and "Chain of Evidence" are important to you, this is the system that will meet your needs for police evidence transfer, evidence storage, court security, crime scene investigations or forensic evidence.
- Product From SELECT FABRICATORS INC.
Select Fabricators, Inc. is enhancing their innovative USB Forensic Pouch making it one of the highest performing “Faraday bag” on the market. PAMS tested at 900 MHz; the new pouch delivers over -80dB of RF/EMI isolation. Ideal for digital forensic evidence collection, this window touch pouch allows for hands-on manipulation of wireless devices in a secure RF tight environment. With the filtered USB connection, there is no need to take the captured device back to the lab to extract stored data.
- Product From Sirchie
Sirchie's new system for the examination, comparison, capture, annotation, and documentation of evidence: the new FOCOS2 - Dual Camera Forensic Optical Comparison/Examination System.
The FOCOS2 system consists of two 8 MP cameras with white, 455 nm blue, and 395 nm long-wave UV lights integrated and mounted on moveable arms to a base platform. Its proprietary software was designed in partnership with CSIpix to work in conjunction with a stylus-based screen monitor to make case documentation simple and easy.
- Product From Spectronics Corp.
Spectronics Corporation has introduced the OPTI-LUX 365 UV-A LED inspection flashlight for crime-scene investigation. It is ideal for gathering potential evidence for forensic analysis.
With a lightweight and compact body, the OPTI-LUX 365 greatly reduces user fatigue. It gets into tight, cramped places that larger lamps can’t. The flashlight has a coverage area of up to 2.5 inches (6.4 cm) in diameter at a distance of 15 inches (38.1 cm). This versatile unit produces an extremely uniform beam profile for both sample viewing and photography.
- Product From Unisys
Unisys has developed a highly secure solution to meet the forensic integrity standards and policy requirements of several of the world's largest police departments. The secure storage of images and other multimedia content occurs in a tamperproof information archive, in effect, a digital evidence vault. Secure Image Management System (SIMS) technology uses advanced digital facial recognition technology to provide agencies with a 'digital vault' of stills and video data, the uses for which might include identifying deceased victims from tattoos or even from a decapitated head. Developed using Microsoft Silverlight, Unisys SIMS solution is a suite of products that permits the distribution, management and processing of images and multimedia in enterprise environments. Any law enforcement agency can implement SIMS to upload digital images from any source and securely archive the original in a digital vault. Police can then attach metadata tags such as case number, photograph time and date, photographer name to a working copy of the image to enable easy retrieval. Once the original image is uploaded, it can’t be modified or deleted.
- Product From SORENSON FORENSICS
Sorenson Forensics launched its new LEAD (Local Entry Accessible DNA) Database, a secure, cloud-based service designed for local law enforcement agencies to simplify the archival, search and reference of DNA profiles from crime scene samples. The LEAD Database was unveiled during the 2012 International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference in San Diego, Calif.
- Product From Life Technologies Corp.
Life Technologies Corporation launched GlobalFiler and GlobalFiler Express, two new DNA kits that will revolutionize how crime labs perform forensic testing around the world -- making it faster, easier and cheaper to process DNA samples. By increasing the number of genetic markers by over 30 percent to 24 percent, GlobalFiler delivers the ability to recover significantly more information from forensic samples and increases discrimination power by up to 9 orders of magnitude. This results in faster and more powerful comparisons of forensic data to resolve crimes. Combined with five times faster processing efficiency, this powerful advancement will enable forensic scientists to solve and prevent more crime while addressing ever-growing backlogs. To date, 44 countries have now implemented criminal offender DNA database programs with a combined offender sample pool of 40 million and growing.