WASHINGTON – The Office of Justice Programs’ National Institute of Justice today published an article online that provides an overview of how 3D printing technology is being used by criminal justice practitioners in firearm identification. The NIJ-funded research determines best practices and provides credibility for use of the technology in a forensic science capacity.
TITLE: “The Next Generation of Crime Tools and Challenges: 3D Printing”
AUTHORS: National Institute of Justice
The point of contact for this advisory is Sheila Jerusalem, public affairs specialist, Office of Communications, OJP. She can be reached at Sheila.Jerusalem@usdoj.gov or 202-598-0793.