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Biting the Bullet: A No-Nonsense Approach to Acquiring Damaged Bullets

Posted by Andrew BoyleJan 20, 2015 2:25:00 PM

Throughout the years I’ve acquired a lot of bullets. A. Lot. Of. Bullets. 

From the pre-IBIS days of “Bulletproof” to the most recent HD3D BULLETTRAX the procedure has become much more simplified.

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Topics: BULLETTRAX-3D, bullets, acquisition, IBIS TRAX-HD3D, training, damaged evidence, LEA, GEA




Police in Australia use IBIS TRAX-3D to Generate Leads

Posted by Andre DemersApr 30, 2012 10:23:00 AM

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Topics: Australia, acquisition, ballistics identification, ballistics forensics, ballistic analysis, IBIS TRAX-3D




Reducing Firearm Crime by Balancing People, Processes and Technology

Posted by Pete GagliardiNov 22, 2011 10:00:00 PM

The following quotes are taken from the Chicago Sun-Time article "Top cop McCarthy tells aldermen of plan to close three stations, redeploy officers".

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Topics: NIBIN, Pete's Pick, 13 Tasks, Illinois, acquisition, IBIS TRAX-3D




Forensic Technology Acquires Swiss-Photonics and Projectina

Posted by Andre DemersJan 18, 2011 3:22:00 PM

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Jan. 17, 2011) -Forensic Technology WAI, a pioneer in automated ballistics identification and analysis technology, has acquired Swiss-Photonics AG and its subsidiaries, including Projectina AG, from Safariland LLC, a subsidiary of BAE systems PLC.

"Swiss-Photonics is a leader in the development and manufacture of forensic science products. Their expertise and creativity not only benefit Forensic Technology's portfolio of products, but help expand our reach into new markets worldwide." said Robert A. Walsh, President of Forensic Technology WAI. The Heerbrugg, Switzerland-based Swiss-Photonics currently employs 36 people specialized in the design, production and support of forensic science products including optical components for inspection systems.

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Topics: acquisition, Projectina, business




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