shoeprints

Shoe prints recovered at the crime scene can be matched & identified

TECHNOLOGY FOR THE ANALYSIS OF TRACE EVIDENCE

 

Shoe prints

 

Shoe prints and forensic footwear evidence located at the crime scene can provide excellent collaborative evidence when building a criminal case.

The make and model of a shoe or boot can be identified from its shoe print, valuable information that can identify possible suspects and provide links between crimes.

With the SoleMate database identifications can be made from either full or partial prints.

Low-angle white light surface illumination using the Crime-lite 82L, is a helpful technique for imaging shoe prints in dust.

THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTS CAN BE USED TO IDENTIFY SHOE PRINTS

Crime-lite 82L oblique surface illumination light source

SICAR 6 a shoe print evidence management system

SoleMate FPX streamlined footwear mark identification tool