Sexual assault, a devastating crime that has unfortunately surged in recent years, remains a grave concern. Despite high reporting numbers, a startlingly low fraction of cases is reported due to reasons like fear, shame, and lack of faith in the justice system.
With The United Nations World Day of Social Justice being observed on February 20th, we turn our attention to the role forensic science and technology plays in ensuring social justice is upheld and advanced across the globe.
Today, the VSC has become the premier range for QDE workstations; it is the most innovative and precise tool to unravel mysteries hidden within documents, artefacts, and even passports. We delve into the rich history, technological intricacies, diverse applications, and profound impact of the VSC.
One area of forensics that is ever expanding and growing is that of chemical, biological, radioactive, nuclear, and explosive crime scene investigation – CBRNe CSI for short. This is a fascinating topic in the world of forensics that, unfortunately, keeps growing each year.
Why would we use a forensic light source when searching for evidence at a crime scene rather than just using our eyes or a normal torch?
Our market-leading Crime-lite ranges offer Infrared, Visible and Ultraviolet multispectral search tools, allowing us to detect more evidence.
Following the 22nd Symposium for the Study of Underdrawing and Technology in Painting, we explore how the forensic multispectral imaging capabilities of the VSC and Crime-lite Range can excel in fine art and cultural heritage applications.
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