Physical evidence and forensics services are a vital part of many investigations and case types. Physical evidence can be anything left behind at a crime scene, on the victim or suspect, in a car, home, hotel, or anywhere else that the victim or suspect may have visited in or around the time of the crime. Forensic evidence is often physical evidence, but not all forensic evidence is physical. Many types of forensic evidence are digital, such as computer and cellular forensics.
Physical and forensic evidence comes in many forms, including
- Fiber analysis
- Latent finger, hand, or foot prints
- Trace element testing
- DNA analysis
- Handwriting analysis
- Forensic accounting
- Audio enhancement
- Much more
To learn more about how these services have been applied to help clients in the past, we encourage you to read these case studies, and discuss your case type with a private investigator from ICS during a free consultation. Physical and forensic evidence is processed through our corporate office, in conjunction with our licensees across the country. Private investigators and forensic technicians with ICS are highly trained in evidence collection, and the evidence we gather is admissible in court. Physical and forensic evidence can be very time sensitive, especially in cases of DNA and bodily fluids analysis, so please do not hesitate to contact ICS and begin your investigation before crucial evidence is lost.