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Evidence Collection Tools

These seven companies provide the tools that ease the burden of evidence collection at crime scenes.

May 24, 2011  |  by - Also by this author


CAO Group: UltraLite ALS Turbo Light

The CAO Group's new UltraLite ALS Turbo is a more powerful ALS with a wider spectrum of light heads, including 365nm ultraviolet and 850nm infrared. The UltraLite ALS Turbo helps to detect trace evidence, body fluids, fingerprints, blood spatter, gunshot residue, and explosive accelerants. It can reveal bruising, injuries, and wounds on bodies both living and dead.


Faro: Focus 3D Laser Measurement Tool

The Focus 3D is a high-speed laser scanner that is ideally suited to perform rapid 3D recordings of crime and accident scenes for measurement and documentation. The Focus 3D uses laser technology to produce remarkably detailed, three-dimensional images of complex environments and topography for use in archiving crime scenes, incident simulation, and emergency plan development through authentic virtual representations.


Foray Technologies: ADAMS Evidence Management

Foray Technologies' ADAMS solution provides law enforcement agencies with the ability to authenticate, store, maintain, search, analyze, and preserve the integrity of evidence gathered at crime scenes. Whether the evidence is digital or physical, ADAMS is designed so to ensure that each piece of evidence will be managed securely while maintaining a rock-solid chain of custody.

Tags: Evidence Collection, Accutrans, CAO Group, Bode Technology, Faro Technologies, Leica Geosystems, Foray Technologies, Foster & Freeman

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