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Since 1993, Arrowhead Forensics’ mission has been to partner with federal, state, county and local law enforcement by providing innovative investigation products with excellent service.  Our purpose and passion is to create products and solutions that help law enforcement personnel do their job quicker and more efficiently.  Arrowhead Forensics serves crime scene investigators, latent print examiners, forensic nurses, property room technicians, educators, private investigators and crime laboratory personnel worldwide.  Our product offering includes forensic kits such as sexual assault, blood alcohol/urine collection, DNA collection and GSR processing. Our equipment solutions are the best in the industry, starting with the award winning TracER Laser and FSIS UV/IR system.  Our equipment offering extends to evidence drying cabinets, fume hoods, lab enclosures, alternate light sources and CSI cameras.  Our every day products are the best in the industry, whether its our Cyclone Fingerprint Brush, Hand Preservation Bags, Bio-Swabs or Vapor Lok bags, we pride ourselves in providing only the best brands to our customers.

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The key to a successful investigation is the ability to quickly collect comprehensive evidence without disturbing the scene. Being thorough can be challenging, especially when you are working under stressful conditions. A single detail can mean the difference between closing a case file or leaving a crime unsolved. 

Cyanoacrylate fuming (aka CA fuming or superglue fuming) is widely recognized as a powerful and useful process for the visualization of latent fingerprints on many types of surfaces. Almost nothing in the forensic sciences, however, is less standardized. What is considered standard practice in one laboratory may be a prohibited practice in another. Equipment can range from rudimentary containers to highly sophisticated laboratory cabinets. Results are often varied and erratic and there seems to be no correlation to expense.