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'Non-invasive fingerprint drug testing could aid death investigations'

Researchers and private company at forefront of new types of testing that could also be used by probation service and courts.

'Non-invasive fingerprint drug testing could aid death investigations'

Date - 4th November 2015
By - Josh Loeb - Police Oracle
Coroners trying to determine cause of death could be aided by a new type of non-invasive fingerprint screening. It works by testing tiny particles of sweat from a deceased person’s fingertips to indicate recent use of any illegal drugs that...
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