New Study Proves Microstamping WorksJun 21, 2012
The overwhelmingly successful results of the new microstamping study prove that this important technology belongs in the hands of law enforcement to help them catch violent criminals. Conducted by forensic firearm and scientific experts, the peer reviewed independent study showed that all 6 of the microstamped numbers and letters on an expended shell casing could be correctly identified 87 percent of the time.
Experts agree that for the more than 11,000 firearm aggravated assaults that have gone unsolved over the last 10 years in New York, microstamping will be an invaluable tool for law enforcement.
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Source: New Yorkers Against Gun Violence