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Capturing a Moment in Time

November 7, 2016

Unlike manual techniques, a 3D laser scanner captures millions of data points to create a point cloud map. Multiple 360-degree scans can be combined to create a complete 3D view of a scene that can be revisited later in great detail.

Evidence Collection and Storage

February 19, 2013

To solve crimes and prosecute offenders, you need all of the facts, including what can be gleaned from all related evidence. That may include DNA, bullet casings, computer files, and video. You also might need to keep all of this around for a while in good condition for future trials. This collection of tools will enhance your ability to obtain and secure crime scene evidence. Read our feature, "Electronic Evidence Management," for in-depth coverage. Photos courtesy of vendors.

Evidence Collection Tools

May 24, 2011

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

Texas Sheriff's Department Deploys Leica Geosystems 3-D Laser Scanner

April 8, 2010
Citing its ability to enhance criminal prosecutions while reducing investigation time, Bexar County Sheriff Amadeo Ortiz introduced his agency's new Leica Geosystems ScanStation C10 to an audience that included local law enforcement agencies and the District Attorney's office.

Texas Agency Deploys Leica 3-D Laser Scanner for Crime Scene Investigation

February 9, 2010
Citing its ability to enhance criminal prosecutions while reducing investigation time, Bexar County Sheriff Amadeo Ortiz introduced his agency's new Leica Geosystems ScanStation C10.

IACP 2009: Best of Show

December 22, 2009

Here's a quick look at some of the latest and greatest products that caught the eyes of our staff as they walked the aisles of the show.

Leica 3-D Laser-Scan Data Provides Forensic Evidence At Murder Trial

September 16, 2009
The device was used to recreate a 3-D model image of the crime scene. A Georgia crime-scene investigator provided testimony using the visual model to show how the homicide could have occurred.
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