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Malaysian Police Selects IBIS TRAX-3D to Investigate Gun Crimes

Posted by Andre DemersJul 16, 2010 9:32:00 AM

The Malaysian government, in conjunction with the Canadian government and Forensic Technology of Montreal, Canada, have signed a groundbreaking agreement that will see the Royal Malaysian Police receive state-of-the-art ballistic identification equipment. The Integrated Ballistic Identification System or IBIS equipment will help the Royal Malaysian Police to better investigate and solve firearm crime and allow the country to begin its own firearm tracking program.

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Topics: Malaysia, Forensics, IBIS TRAX-3D




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