Technical Support

IonScan 500DT

IonScan 500DT
Pennsylvania National Guardsmen from the Counterdrug Joint Task Force support local, state, and federal agencies by utilizing state-of-the-art IonScan 500DT instruments at zero cost. The IonScan 500DT can simultaneously identify trace particulate of more than 40 different types of explosives and narcotics. Samples can be collected from items such as: currency, weapons, cell phones, and vehicles. Trained Counterdrug operators have been qualified within the local, state, and federal judicial systems to provide expert witness testimony on Ionscan results, which aids law enforcement agencies to positively link a drug nexus and aid in their request for asset forfeitures. At the end of the test, the LEA will leave with a printed copy of the results. To request IonScan 500DT support for your agency, contact the Counterdrug Joint Task Force at 717-861-9484.

TruNarc

TruNarc Narcotics Analyzer
Pennsylvania National Guardsmen from the Counterdrug Joint Task Force support local, state, and federal agencies by utilizing a state-of-the-art TruNarc handheld Narcotics Analyzer to positively identify over 190: narcotics, illicit drugs, Rx drugs, precursors, synthetics, and everyday household chemicals at zero cost. The TruNarc is a category A drug identifier per SWGDRUG which offers clear and accurate results by utilizing Raman Spectroscopy. At the end of the test, the LEA will leave with a printed copy of the results. To request TruNarc support for your agency, contact the Counterdrug Joint Task Force at 717-861-9484.

Mobile Device Forensics

Cellebrite UFED
Pennsylvania National Guardsmen from the Counterdrug Joint Task Force support local, state, and federal agencies by utilizing a state-of-the-art mobile device forensics by utilizing Cellebrite UFED and Katana Lantern technologies at zero cost. Our skillfully trained operators have the ability to extract vital digital evidence from handheld mobile devices to include cellphones, tablets, and GPS units. At the end of the extraction, the LEA will leave with a copy of the results. To request mobile device forensics support for your agency, contact the Counterdrug Joint Task Force at 717-861-9484.
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