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Product of the Week: Cyclone Fiber Brush

Posted by QC on 11th May 2022

Product of the Week: Cyclone Fiber Brush

Selecting the right fingerprint brush can lead to an identification, selecting the wrong brush can lead to a damaged print. Latent prints can easily be damaged by a brush that is too stiff or is used …

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Increase Recovered Prints 53%

Posted by QC on 1st Feb 2020

Increase Recovered Prints 53%

Too many times when processing evidence, we crime scene investigators come to a fork in the road and ask ourselves: Do we process for DNA, or do we process for latent prints? Once we contemplate which …

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Magnets and Fingerprints

Posted by EL on 3rd Jun 2019

Magnets and Fingerprints

With so many fingerprinting products on the market to choose from, it can be an overwhelming choice when faced with the task of pulling usable fingerprints from a piece of evidence.Today, we will be d …

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Make More Identifications with Indanedione

Posted by QC on 24th Apr 2019

Make More Identifications with Indanedione

Suggested use is for developing fingerprint residue (Amino Acids) on paper and porous items including raw wood and some currencies. 1,2 Indanedione has a high florescence when excited by a Laser or AL …

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Product of the Week: Fingerprint Lifting Tape

Posted by QC on 26th Apr 2018

Product of the Week: Fingerprint Lifting Tape

Our Specialty Performance Fingerprint Lifting Tape is designed for lifting and preserving fingerprints. This ultra clean tape is resistant to moisture and resists degradation due to sunlight exposure …

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TracER Training

Posted by BB on 14th Jul 2015

TracER Training

It was a pleasure to spend the afternoon training the identification unit at the Minneapolis Police Department on tips and tricks to using the 8W 532nm Coherent TracER Laser.