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Forensic Science and Document Examination Equipment

 

foster + freeman design and manufacture market-leading systems for the examination of questioned documents, latent fingerprints, trace evidence and shoe prints.

Established in 1978, foster + freeman has become one of the foremost forensic science equipment suppliers in the world, exporting market leading, and in many cases unique products to more than 150 countries.

document examination workstations

 

instruments for the analysis of trace evidence

fingerprint detection examination and enhancement

 

forensic alternate light sources

 

 

 

 

EXAMINE AND AUTHENTICATE

DETECT AND ENHANCE

ANALYSE AND IDENTIFY

ILLUMINATE AND REVEAL

Questioned Documents

Foster+Freeman are recognised world leaders in the field of questioned document examination. Our range of VSC instruments can be found in airports, border controls, government security agencies, banks and forensic laboratories worldwide.

Fingerprints

Innovators in the field of latent fingerprint detection, our product range includes traditional methods as well as exclusive new and novel techniques.

Trace Evidence

Foster+Freeman's advanced instrumentation increases the value of forensic trace evidence by enabling examiners to compare and identify minute fragments of evidence using a range of techniques. 

Forensic Light Sources

With the Crime-lite® range of forensic light sources Foster+Freeman have pioneered the use of high intensity LED illumination for the search, detection and examination of forensic evidence both at the crime scene and in the forensic laboratory.

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NEW PRODUCT

VSC8000 desktop video spectral comparator

VSC®8000

Combining sophisticated digital imaging and multi-wavelength LED technology with a clear and efficient software interface, the VSC8000 provides an array of examination techniques for examination and authentication of all types of document.

Infrared examination, hyper-spectral imaging and the systems integral spectrometer may all be used to detect irregularities or confirm the authentication of a document.

 

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