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Reflective Ultra Violet Imaging Systems are an integral part of the crime scene investigator‘s search for evidence. By enhancing the observation and collection of evidence including latent prints on smooth non-porous surfaces, bites, bruises, blood detection with Bluestar®, and shoe ...
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The Mini- CrimeScope® has been among the most powerful Forensic Light Sources for some time. Now, utilizing a higher Intensity 400W bulb, manufactured specifically for use in the Mini-CrimeScope®, as well as new high throughput, high durability filters, the MCS-400 stands alone as the most ...
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The HandScope® Xenon is a new Forensic Light Source that combines the versatility of multiple wavelengths with the convenience of battery power. It features more intensity than other battery powered alternate light sources and a larger, more highly defined, focusable spot size. This ...
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The CS-16-500W-15F is ideal for those departments that prefer Xenon Lamps to Metal Halide Lamps because of the extra Infrared output for forged documents. While designed to fit comfortably in the lab, the CrimeScope® is small enough to be taken to the crime scene making it an exceptional dual use unit. The CS-16-500W-15F covers ...
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Forensic science, one of the most important aspects of the criminal justice system, commonly utilizes ultraviolet (UV) and violet light as an integral part of crime scene investigation. Because UV analysis is non-destructive, it is typically the first choice when examining biologically contaminated evidence. Body fluids, such as saliva or perspiration, give off fluorescent light when illuminated with a UV light source. Using this concept, forensic science technologies employing UV light are able to detect bite marks on skin, shoe impressions on tile, bloodstains, and more. Forensic technicians have also used this technology to detect the presence of illegal substances or explosive residues.