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  • 4 Ways We Are With You in the Classroom

    By: Jocelyne Terilli
    As an educator, you are the caretakers of the next generation, to show them what forensic science is, how it works, and why it’s important. It is in your DNA to educate, to inspire, and to grow confidence and it’s in our corporate DNA too. We are a long-term partner of educators, helping you to show your students the ins and outs of real-world crime scene technology. Here are four ways we help professors and teachers around the world enhance their curriculum, show them tips and tricks from...
  • Industry-Changing Tactical Gear will Protect More Police and Save Departments Money

    By: Jocelyne Terilli
    One Adjustable Suit to Fit and Protect Virtually Everyone Law enforcement leaders in every jurisdiction in America manage an ever-increasing list of complex demands including disillusioned & angry communities, increased protests, body camera protocols, the opioid epidemic, and more.  With the current political and social climate, large and small police and sheriff’s departments everywhere regularly respond to help protect communities, manage protests, and maintain order. Officers must be...
  • Delivering Bite-Sized Knowledge: Sirchie’s Lunch-n-Learns

    By: Jocelyne Terilli
    As your trusted #policepartner, our mission is to give you the knowledge and tools to Command Every Scene you encounter. We understand how busy the day gets. It seems like there’s not enough hours in the day and it’s difficult to find the time to learn a new technique or hear about how to properly use a tool. To help make life easier for you, we’re delivering knowledge in easy to consume, bite-sized portions. Introducing our new “Lunch-n-Learn” series: 5-10 minutes of tips and...
  • Reinforcing Knowledge with Sirchie Webinars: One Police Department’s Story about “How to photograph blood with Bluestar or Luminol”

    By: Jocelyne Terilli
    Sirchie online training webinars can be an effective tool to reinforce your knowledge base and improve your skills.  Here’s one recent story. Tips about Investigating and Documenting Blood Evidence When you find blood evidence at a crime scene using the three-step method, you need to properly document and photograph it. Photographing evidence, especially blood evidence, is an important skill-set for crime scene investigators and law enforcement. Photographs can tell the story better with...
  • We should never be silent

    By: Jocelyne Terilli
    According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, “abuse” is defined as the “cruel and violent treatment of a person or animal.” It’s a short definition and a short word that doesn’t truly convey the amount of horror it encompasses. This “cruel and violent treatment” can include domestic abuse, child abuse, sexual abuse, elderly abuse, animal abuse, financial abuse, human trafficking, and more. Any kind of abuse exists when someone wields cruel power over someone, who is often...
  • We Are All the First Line of Defense: Recognizing Human Trafficking

    By: Jocelyne Terilli
    Human trafficking is everywhere, in many forms, every day.  This dangerous criminal activity is often in plain sight, yet lurks in the shadows and on the fringes and goes undetected if you don’t know the signs.  We’re committed to helping raise awareness of the signs of human trafficking.  Knowledge is power and we are all on the first line of defense to help victims of human trafficking. Common myths surround human trafficking: Sex trafficking is the only form of human...
  • Dedicated #Policepartners: #SirchieSupports the #IACP2016

    By: Jocelyne Terilli
      We recognize the importance of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and the leadership this organization provides for modern policing.  At Sirchie, we are dedicated #policepartners working to deliver solutions that help you eliminate the uncertainty in the scenes you encounter.  We respect and admire your commitment to establish public safety and it is our commitment to you to provide solutions that help you Command Every Scene™ you face. Going beyond our...
  • Helping the next generation of Forensic Science Professionals: Our Forensic Symposium for Educators

    By: Jocelyne Terilli
    “Awesome instructors, great stories, really excellent workshop, very impressed.” “Program was very beneficial. Will definitely use in the classroom and enhance curriculum.” “Yes, many, many practical exercises for college students!” “This symposium was excellent. Can’t wait until next year.” (From Evaluation Forms, filled out anonymously, and received on July 15, 2016) These statements were feedback from our first effort connecting with STEM teachers and forensic professors....
  • National Police Week 2016

    By: Andy Mariella
    Thoughts and prayers are with all law enforcement during National Police Week as we honor all those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice.  Thank you to all law enforcement and your families for the exceptional job that you do every day making the Thin Blue Line and keeping us from harm. Our resolve is strong to recognize and support all of the exceptional work that is done to keep our communities safe. Follow Sirchie on social media through the hashtags #SirchieSupports and #policepartners...
  • New Branding

    By: Andy Mariella
    Building on our tradition and Starting a new commitment Since 1927, Sirchie has been a trusted partner to law enforcement with origins in manufacturing of high quality products to help document evidence and investigate crime.  Through the decades, our company grew and branched out into production of Vehicles, delivery of Education and Training, manufacturing of Premier Crown Riot Duty Helmets and Shields, and more to serve a diverse customer base around the world. At Sirchie, we pride...
  • 2016 AAFS Conference

    By: Andy Mariella
    Sirchie is proud to exhibit at the 68th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. Booth 407 Exhibit Hall open February 24-26, 2016. Join us to learn more about our full offering for the professional and educational forensic laboratory including our featured solutions: Custom Kits Ductless Forensic Workstations, Drying Cabinets, and Fuming Chambers New NARK Presumptive Narcotics Reagent Kits for Fentanyl LABKAM & RUVIS System Alternate Light Sources New...
  • Custom Kits

    By: Andy Mariella
    From your idea to reality, Sirchie has the expertise, inventory, and manufacturing capabilities to meet your needs We offer thousands of high quality, reliable products delivered with our world-class customer service to suit your department's needs. Department protocols, processes, and procedures can call for unique solutions on occasion. When these situations arise, Sirchie is the ideal partner to develop and deliver your department's custom solution. Why work with Sirchie on custom...
  • New Sirchie Training to Take Your Latent Print Comparison Skills to the Next Level

    By: Andy Mariella
    You work as a latent fingerprint examiner or supervise a LPE team. You are driven to become the best examiner you can be. Practice involving complex exercises and real life casework comparisons can help you. Sirchie is offering a new Comprehensive Advanced Latent Print Comparison course in 2016. This class is the time and place to get the practice you need to become a better latent print examiner. Designed and taught by Johnny Leonard, former Deputy Director of the Wake County (NC) CCBI,...
  • Please Share Your Thoughts With Sirchie

    By: Andy Mariella
    Help us by sharing your thoughts on a few topics.  This survey is intended for our US customers. Please access the survey via the link below.  We will collect responses through August 31. August 2015 US Customer Feedback Survey Thank you in advance for your time and your consideration.
  • Condolences for the Families of NYPD Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos

    By: Andy Mariella
    Sirchie expresses our deepest condolences and sympathies for the families of slain NYPD officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos who were senselessly assassinated while in uniform and on duty today.  Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and everyone from the New York Police Department during this most difficult time.