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Griffin 460 GC/MS System

September 30, 2014
By providing laboratory caliber chemical confirmation on-site, the Griffin 460 helps to combat dangerous new drugs by bringing the lab to the sample for rapid enforcement response.

DrugCheck NxScan

September 30, 2014
As with other DrugCheck test cups, the NxScan self-contained urinalysis screening device detects the presence of drug metabolites in minutes, using SAMHSA cutoff levels.

Synthetic Cannabinoids Reagent Kit

September 29, 2014
Sirchie’s new NARK20023 Synthetic Cannabinoids Reagent Kit helps to presumptively identify indole formulations of these dangerous substances through a two-step process. It contains five test kits.

XCAT

September 29, 2014
Red X Defense's XCAT narcotics, gunshot residue, and explosives detection system weighs only one pound and is field-ruggedized. You insert a test card with a sample on it and the system gives users a red light or green light result.

NarcoTest DrugTest Kits

September 29, 2014
Each test in ODV's classic stick NarcoTest Drug Test Kits is self-contained, pre-measured, and hermetically sealed for reliable performance and accurate results. The new polystyrene tubes resist punctures from broken glass ampoules.

Border Patrol Finds $650,000 of Drugs in Truck Tires

March 17, 2014
Yesterday, El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents arrested a suspected narcotics smuggler and seized more than 57 pounds of black tar heroin and 11 pounds of methamphetamine. The narcotics were concealed in all four tires of a truck.

RedXDefense Reduces Price of Sampling Cards, Improves GSR Performance

February 4, 2014
Tested and approved, the XCAT appears on the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Forensic Science’s list of Approved Presumptive Field Tests for the Detection of Drugs and has been verified by the National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC) to accurately detect the presence of commonly encountered illicit drugs.

TruNarc

October 8, 2013
Thermo Scientific TruNarc is a handheld analyzer for narcotics identification, including synthetic cannabinoids in bulk or sprayed form—the final form found before sale and consumption. IACP Booth #2946

RedXDefense's XCAT Verified in Field Testing

August 23, 2013
An independent evaluation of RedXDefense's XCAT noted that the data from this evaluation demonstrated that the hand-held detector is a very effective tool for the presumptive identification of illicit drugs, according to the company.

Thermo Scientific Updates TruNarc Drug Analyzer

August 15, 2013
Law enforcement officers using the new TruNarc v1.3 can now identify cannabinoids and other illegal drugs on-site with the handheld device, according to Thermo Scientific.

Centice Upgrades Mobile Narcotics Identification System

February 21, 2013
The portable MFL-3000 enables narcotic squads and drug task forces to quickly and easily perform drug identification in the field without destroying evidence. The portable device uses Centice's Raman Spectroscopy technology to create a spectral fingerprint of the substance.
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