TacticID-GP for One Pot Meth Applications
While the opioid epidemic is the main narcotic focus of the day, new, simplified methamphetamine production remains a significant issue. Learn how TacticID-GP is the ideal tool for safe and efficient identification of one pot meth ingredients and precursors as well as the finished product.
B&W Tek is excited to present this video demonstration of our TacticID handheld spectral analysis instrument for non-contact forensic analysis and identification of narcotics and chemicals.
Testimonial: TacticID for Narcotics Identification
In this video we speak with 3 law enforcement officers about their use of the TacticID handheld equipment for non-contact analysis of narcotics and how its mixture analysis capabilities, user friendly software, and large sample library help them while they are in the field.
Testimonial: TacPac Adaptor for Heroin Identification
In this video we speak with two law enforcement officers about their use of the new TacPac adaptor for the TacticID. This adaptor is used for heroin identification.
In this video, we cover CBRNe World’s independent testing and evaluation our TacticID-GP analyzer which took place at a Ministry of Defense explosives range in the United Kingdom.
In this video, we cover the CBRNe World’s independent testing and evaluation our TacticID-GP analyzer that took place at the Cranfield Forensic Institute in the United Kingdom.
The police department in Manchester, New Hampshire has recently adopted the TacticID analyzer into their standard operating procedure for field-testing of narcotics during the growing heroin and fentanyl epidemic.
The synthetic painkiller known as fentanyl has become an increasing problem for law enforcement officers throughout the country. Fentanyl can be lethal if exposed to even a small amount of the substance.
In addition to the videos below, be sure to visit our TacticID Video Training Landing Page. The page contains numerous helpful training videos showing core functionality of the TacticID system and accessories.