In a world where law enforcement is being challenged by smarter criminals, forensics has provided a fitting answer to finding clues that are ‘latent’ (meaning, hidden), thanks to the numerous products that have come out such as fingerprint ink and evidence bags among others.
With the success of these products in nabbing criminals, there is a growing need for these products as they are being by not only law enforcement personnel at the scene of a crime but also by employers across all industries where a lot of money is at stake.
In being able to register and identify each employee that works at the business, they can be easily caught especially if theft occurs. And there is no doubt that it will, as almost 70 percent of employees in the United States have robbed or abused company property at some point of time or the other.
But the products that are in demand the most are products such as fingerprint powder which can find fingerprints that might be tough to find. However, there are other products that can be used to find evidence and might not necessarily be used at the scene of crime.
If you have found incriminating evidence on a gun or a knife, but can’t extract it, this is where a fuming chamber comes into play, where all that needs to be done is to place the evidence carefully in the chamber, and you will be able to retrieve the fingerprints for the next stage of investigation.
All in all, this continuous cycle of the police outwitting the thieves and vice-versa will give rise to newer forensic products that will be far more effective in catching thieves, or preventing them from committing crime in the first place.