Rapid DNA Solutions for Law Enforcement


With the FBI NDIS approved* Applied Biosystems RapidHIT ID System, police officers and investigators can generate forensic DNA results in virtually any setting in as little as 90 minutes. With minimal training, you can obtain rapid intelligence that can immediately impact an investigation or link suspects with past crimes while they are still in custody. Let us equip you to do what you do best and do it even better.

Rapid intelligence in 3 easy steps

Step 1

Insert cheek swab or evidence sample into cartridge


Step 2

Obtain DNA results in ~90 minutes

Step 3

Get hit/no-hit confirmation report

Rapid DNA at the crime scene

Every Minute Counts during an active investigation. Learn more about how Rapid DNA is being used at the scene of a crime to provide new leads.

Rapid DNA in the booking station

Every Minute Counts when a suspect is in custody. Learn how Rapid DNA is being used to fight and deter crime in a booking station.

Case study: Rapid DNA booking program

Louisiana State Police Crime Laboratory implemented a Rapid DNA Booking Program at East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office in an effort to generate immediate connections with past offenses and prevent future crimes, while a suspect is still in custody.

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Rapid DNA in the field

Every minute counts when families are awaiting answers. Learn how Rapid DNA is being used in the field to identify victims and reunite families.

Field-ready Rapid DNA demonstration video

Learn 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  

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Blog posts—see Rapid DNA in action

Style Sheet for Global Design System

* 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.