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New Book Details How to Retrieve Forensic Data from an iPhone

October 8, 2008
"Phone Forensics," Jonathan Zdziarsk supplies the knowledge necessary to conduct complete and highly specialized forensic analysis of the iPhone, iPhone 3G, and iPod Touch. Intended for lawful forensic examination of devices by corporate security officers, law enforcement personnel, and private forensic examiners.

Brits Develop Method for Lifting Prints from Wiped Cartridge Casings

September 5, 2008
Authorities in Britain and the United States used the method to re-open three cold cases, including a U.S. double murder that police are now optimistic of solving, said John Bond, the physicist who developed the technique. 

SIM Analyzer

September 1, 2008
BKForensics has developed another software product to retrieve content and information from SIM cards. SIM Analyzer is designed to help law enforcement professionals acquire last number dialed, abbreviated dialing numbers, active and deleted text messages, and other evidence from cell phones. SIM Analyzer is available in two different versions: standard and pro.

Xenopus Electronix Forensic Flashlights

July 1, 2006
Xenopus Electronix crime scene and forensic flashlights illuminate evidence through fluorescence. The company offers a single-wavelength model, and some of their products are enabled to change modes between blue and ultraviolet, or white and ultraviolet. Flashlights are available in several ultraviolet wavelengths from 365 to 400nm, as well as in 465nm blue and 520nm green. Rechargeable lanterns that feature high-flux LED emitters provide intense blue or UV for high-output power.

Image Security Guard

January 1, 2006

Lexar’s new LockTight security system helps preserve the chain of evidence for digital photography.

Death Masks

January 1, 2006

It took the perseverance of Det. Dale Bunten and the skill of forensic sculptor Wesley Neville, a lieutenant at the Florence County (S.C.) Sheriff’s Office, to link the remains of a small-framed teenager to missing 14-year-old Tara Exposito.

Spectronic Corporation Maxima ML-3500 UV Lamp

March 1, 2005
Spectronic Corporation’s Maxima ML-3500 long-wave ultraviolet (UV) lamp puts out up to 10 times the normal UV output of conventional UV lamps. It clearly illuminates gasoline, kerosene, benzene, and other arson accelerants, as well as fluorescent wrappings of incendiary devices such as road flares. The new Maxima UV lamp is powerful enough to be used in direct sunlight and comes with a rechargeable battery that operates the unit for up to two hours.

Getting a Clue

May 1, 2002

Technological advances in instrumentation and equipment let law enforcement continually rethink what is possible when collecting forensic evidence. Utilizing new products and technologies often allows more evidence to be located, identified, and collected.

Anti-Missile Technology May Help Identify Dead Bodies

May 1, 2000
Santa Teresa, New Mexico's Recognition Solutions Inc. is employing copyrighted software that uncovers the individual characteristics of a body's skull when used on typical X-rays commonly used by dentists. This technology was originally designed for the rapid determination incoming international missiles.
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