The Finger Print division examines the questioned thumb impressions, crime scene visits for chance prints, developments of latent prints, preparation of specimen ten digit finger prints of accused. High Power laser beam light sources and portable equipment namely High Intensity Light Source for development of chance prints at the scene of crime was inducted in this division.
In the Document division, examination of hand writing, signatures, type scripts, rubber stamp impressions, seal impressions, examination of counterfeit currency notes and lottery tickets, determination of interpolation, substitution, addition, over writings, decipherable of the mechanically and chemically erased writings.
Crime Scene Management
A crime scene investigator is, more often than not, a member of law enforcement who is responsible for identifying, collecting, preserving, and packaging physical evidence at the scene of a crime. Although it is often believed that crime scene investigators are the professionals performing tests on the physical evidence, those jobs, in fact, are reserved for forensic scientists and other forensic professionals.
Its main objectives are preservation, identification, extraction and documentation of computer evidence in various Computer related crimes forwarded to the laboratory. Computer Forensics involves the use of sophisticated technology, tools and procedures. The accuracy of evidence processing procedures is ensured by using multiple software hardware tools developed by separate and independent developers. Validation through the use of multiple software tools and procedures by the computer experts eliminate the potential problem.
In Forensic Voice Analysis aims to be as easy-to-use as possible, providing user-friendly audio analysis by the forensic experts.
Forensic photography, also referred to as crime scene photography, is an activity that records the initial appearance of the crime scene and physical evidence, in order to provide a permanent record for the courts. Crime scene photography differs from other variations of photography because crime scene photographers usually have a very specific purpose for capturing each image.