Kansas Bureau of Investigation
Forensic Laboratory Division
Analyzes controlled substances, clandestine laboratories, arson and paint evidence.
Examines evidence for body fluids and determines the source through DNA analysis, also maintains the DNA databank for forensic and arrestee samples.
QUESTIONED DOCUMENT SECTION
Compares handwriting samples from suspects to a questioned document to determine the identity and signature authenticity. Examines documents for alterations and sequence which may have been forged or altered.
View more on the Questioned Document Section.
Tests biological samples for the presence and levels of alcohol and/or drugs, assists the medical examiner in death investigations by identifying drugs, alcohol or poisons, such as carbon monoxide.
LATENT PRINT SECTION
Assists in most crime scene investigations by comparing and identifying latent fingerprints, footwear and tire tracks, and taking photographs. View more on the Latent Print Section.
FIREARM AND TOOLMARK SECTION
Examines, compares and identifies firearm and ammunition parts to weapons. Examines evidence for tool marks, clothing and other objects for muzzle distance and restores obliterated serial numbers. Maintains the Integrated Ballistic Identification System to link firearms to shootings.
EVIDENCE CONTROL CENTER
Is the central repository of evidence received from law enforcement agencies throughout the State of Kansas. It maintains the chain-of-custody at the highest level of security for all types of items submitted.
Click here to view our Submission Guide.
Click here for an Evidence Custody Form (ECR).