With the compact, easy-to-use Applied Biosystems RapidHIT ID System, forensic laboratories, globally, are expanding their capabilities and partnering with law enforcement, medical examiners, and others to more quickly triage samples, generate leads early in the investigative process, identify the unknown, and automatically enroll and search qualifying arrestees' DNA profiles against forensic DNA databases while a suspect is still in custody. Let us equip you to do what you do best - even better.
See how rapid DNA helps automate arrestee DNA enrollment and searching, while an arrestee is still in custody.
Identify and exclude suspects early in the investigation to help resolve cases faster.
Rapidly identify victims at a crime scene, mass- or single-causality event, or human trafficking scenario to bring closure and reunite families.
Sample cartridges enable a fully automated workflow
Self-contained sample cartridges transform a multicomponent protocol into a single, user-initiated task
Two types of sample cartridges optimized for specific sample needs:
From a single view, a system administrator can confirm status of all locations contributing DNA profiles to RapidLINK for forensic review, check the number of runs per day, and reorder cartridges before consumables run out. With the activation of RapidLINK applications, the trained forensic scientist can transform DNA results into rapid intelligence.
The matching process is on all the time, so you know immediately when there’s a match
Search selected samples for familial matches within your RapidLINK database
Automatic detection of contamination from staff and manufacturing employee profiles
Verify family relationships from specific samples in your RapidLINK database
Every minute counts when a suspect is in custody. Learn how laboratories and agencies are collaborating to implement Rapid DNA at booking, ensuring every lawfully owed arrestee DNA is automatically enrolled and searched against unsolved cases.
Read about how Louisiana State Police Crime Laboratory partnered with East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office to implement the 1st US rapid DNA booking station.
See the now live Louisiana State Police Crime Laboratory Rapid DNA Booking Program at East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office.
Learn how to successfully harness the power of Rapid DNA in the booking station -- from two experts with years of experience advancing DNA databasing programs.
Every minute counts after a crime has been committed. Learn how Rapid DNA helps generate investigative leads and can be combined with other investigative tools at the front of an investigation to help resolve cases faster.
Connecticut’s rapid DNA program generates investigative leads to help solve crimes faster and deter future crime.
Learn how the Connecticut State Police and their law enforcement partners built their Rapid DNA program.
Learn how Philadelphia Police Department Crime Laboratory has expanded their toolbox to drive actionable investigative intelligence for agencies they serve.
Every minute counts when families are awaiting answers. Learn how Rapid DNA is being used in the field to identify victims and reunite families.
Confirm and dispute familial relationships with rapid DNA to reunite families and deter future crimes.
Hear how the French Gendarmerie is using Rapid DNA in mobile units, allowing them to bring it to crime scenes and DVI scenes, collect evidence, and process these samples with results in 90 minutes
Rapid DNA as part of a comprehensive victim identification plan.
* NDIS-approved for use by booking stations & accredited forensic DNA laboratories with known reference DNA samples and the RapidHIT ID ACE GlobalFiler Express Sample Cartridge.
For Forensics, Human Identification or Paternity/Kinship Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.