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The Best Kit Possible

By: Hilary Rodela, Lead Digital Content Writer for Taction USA


As in every line of work, having the proper tools is necessary. When it comes to lifting latent fingerprints, it is important to have a good powder and equally reliable brush. Latent prints are delicate, and may be unforgiving. Meaning, once you lift it, it’s gone.


Every product at Taction USA was designed by a law enforcement professional who knows what is needed in the field. There is nothing worse then being at a crime scene and not having all of the tools you need, or having tools that don’t work well.


We all know a little powder goes a long way and the right brush and tape will allow you to lift a latent fingerprint with ease. By including hinge lifters in your fingerprint kit you have one less item to think about carrying. A hinge lifter includes adhesive and a cardboard backing so you can lift a fingerprint quickly and easily.


The number of cases solved by matching a latent fingerprint from a crime scene is in the thousands. Make sure you have the tools you need to succeed!

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