I3 provides government organizations with laboratory operations and examination support, training, forensic research support, standards development, quality assurance guidelines, testimony, and laboratory management mentoring.
I3 provides services in the following forensics areas:
- Latent Print Processing and Examination
- Tenprint Examination
- Facial Identification
- DNA Collection and Analysis
- Firearms and Toolmark Analysis
- Explosives and Drug Chemistry
- Document & Media Exploitation (DOMEX)
- Footwear Examination
- Forensic Photography
- Case File Management
- Evidence Handling
Facial Identification Training
I3 provides Facial Identification Training aimed at improving the skill set of the analyst. The 1- or 2-week course provides the student with necessary skills and strategies needed when conducting facial comparisons. Topics include but are not limited to bones and muscles, dermatology, aging, and hair. The course provides extensive comparison exercises that apply what is learned during the lectures. This course is perfect for federal, state, local, international, and commercial organizations that have facial recognition systems or who are performing facial comparisons as well as law enforcement personnel, intelligence analysts, and forensic artists to name a few.
Forensics Training and Mentoring
I3 provides training and mentoring to U.S. and foreign nationals. We have provided training to foreign nationals in the areas of fingerprints, face, DNA, DOMEX, firearms and toolmarks, chemistry, handwriting, evidence handling and photography.
I3 provides scientific research and analysis, evaluations of the accuracy and reliability of forensic experts and design and development of research software.
I3 provides backlog reduction and surge support services in all forensic areas. Our team coordinates with the requesting agency to utilize their space for evidence processing and computer analysis at times during the day or night when the equipment is available for our team to work.