ballistic identification


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Synonyms for ballistic identification

identification of the gun that fired a bullet from an analysis of the unique marks that every gun makes on the bullet it fires and on the shell ejected from it

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117) Nevertheless, within those criminal cases the majority of courts, when faced with a challenge to ballistic identification testimony, do rule in favor of admission of the evidence.
The Free State of Thuringia is planning to procurement (supply, Mona days, production of operational readiness, training of the personnel of the customer) from 1 piece Ballistic Identification System, 1 piece Cyanschrank, 1 piece Digital Dry lab, 1 piece of document examination, 6 pcs mobile shelving system, one piece of track process camera, 1 piece workshop equipment.
Located on the grounds of the Colombian Judicial Police headquarters here, CIARA includes the Dfuze international explosives database that ATF helped develop, an explosives repository, national response and post-blast bomb squads, a biochemical unit and a firearms tracing program that will be linked to ATF's eTrace system and the Integrated Ballistic Identification System (IBIS).
Additionally, ATF provides training to various ballistic groups that manage the three Integrated Ballistic Identification System (IBIS) machines in Bogota; IBIS is the software that allows law enforcement to image and compare crime gun evidence.
The state exporter is also displaying the world's unrivalled ballistic identification system, Kondor, that helps to achieve the highest precision testing of shot bullets and cartridges of rifled weapons.
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