Forensics Press Releases
September 04, 2013
New XCAT Handheld Detection System for Immediate Narcotics, Explosives and GSR Detection by Forensics Source™
Forensics Source™ announced today that they are now offering the XCAT Capillary Analysis Test, by RedXDefense®. The XCAT is a handheld detection system that offers immediate narcotics, explosives and gunshot residue (GSR) detection. This system features automated, one-step detection of narcotics, GSR and homemade/high explosives. Designed for detecting suspicious drugs and other substances on hands, vehicles, packages and surfaces, the XCAT is intended for presumptive testing.
January 15, 2013
Scientific-Based Tests to Identify Bath Salt Use in the Field Unveiled by Forensics Source™
Forensics Source™ announced that it has launched a new line of field drug test kits to address the proliferation and criminalization of “bath salts” as controlled substances. These bath salts tests come packaged in a single-use, three-stick test kit configuration that ensures officers have all necessary tests on hand at all times. This cost effective solution is now available in both NIK® and ODV™ brand variants to complement our other colorimetric drug test kit lines.
January 15, 2013
Introducing Convenient, Cost-Effective Latent Print Powder Refills by Forensics Source™
Forensics Source™ announced that it has released innovative Latent Print Powder Paks from Lightning Powder® that are the most cost-effective refills available on the market. These 2 oz. pre-measured refills simplify decanting into standard powder jars. The durable pouch is easy to store and transport while its moisture-proof seal ensures the powder stays dry and clean, ready for immediate use in the field or in the lab.
January 15, 2013
Newly-Designed Patrol Pak Dispenser Products Offered by Forensics Source™
Forensics Source™ introduces a new way to quickly and easily provide forensic supplies and first responder products to officers and technicians. The Patrol Pak line includes a special selection of high-use patrol and forensic products including nitrile gloves, evidence markers, disposable restraints and evidence storage bags. All products are dispensed in handy cardboard boxes designed to fit into a glove box or gear bag for easy access in the field. It is the perfect choice for patrol officers, correctional units, investigators and security forces.
October 27, 2009
Forensics Source Lightning Powder Now Available in an Aerosol Spray
Safariland™, a BAE Systems line of business, announces that its Lightning Powder® is now available in a convenient aerosol spray. Lightning Spray™ Aerosol Fingerprint Powder is the latest innovation in forensic latent fingerprinting technology, and is offered by Forensics Source™, Safariland’s full range collection of forensics products.
September 24, 2009
Safariland Now Offers Forensics Source Products at Retail Dealers Nationwide
Safariland™, a BAE Systems line of business, announced today that many of its Forensics Source™ products are now available directly to customers at retail law enforcement dealers nationwide. To complement its one-stop-shop website, www.forensicssource.com, the industry’s portal for all forensics-related supplies and equipment, customers can now conveniently purchase forensics products immediately when needed from their local dealer.
September 22, 2009
Safariland's Forensics Source Apparel Line Gives CSIs Convenience, Comfort
Safariland™, a BAE Systems line of business, recently introduced the Forensics Source™ apparel line for Crime Scene Investigators (CSI). Because they must now carry more gear than ever into a crime scene, the new apparel line is designed to help CSIs conduct investigations more effectively and comfortably. This comprehensive product line leverages Safariland’s expertise in load-bearing carriers by matching a variety of versatile CSI vests and pouches with protective gloves, knee pads, hats, and a gear bag.
November 08, 2005
Introducing the First Evidence Box With a Window
EVI-PAQ®, a brand of Armor Forensics and provider of solutions to the everyday problems of real-life crime scene field work, has introduced the first evidence box with a window that allows users to view evidence without altering the chain of custody or unsealing the items.