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China holds exhibition of anti-terrorism police equipment


16:12, August 11, 2011

A visitor watches an unmanned police helicopter at an exhibition of police equipments used for criminal investigation, drug control and anti-terrorism in Beijing, capital of China, Aug. 10, 2011. Over 230 companies producing police equipments participated in the three-day exhibition which kicked off here on Wednesday. (Xinhua/Jin Liwang)

BEIJING, Aug. 10 (Xinhua) -- A three-day international exhibition of police equipment began in Beijing on Wednesday, demonstrating sophisticated technology and techniques in anti-terrorism, criminal investigation and drug control operations.

A total of 239 companies participated in the biennial exhibition, the fifth of its kind, and a number of police technology products made their debuts, according to the Ministry of Public Security, the event's organizer.

The exhibition aims to provide a platform for police departments at various levels to learn the field's latest developments and promptly upgrade their equipment in order to improve criminal investigation capabilities.

Displayed techniques included domestically-made DNA reagents, underwater metal video detectors and liquid security check systems.

The latest technological development regarding criminal investigation and material evidence appraisal was also introduced, such as blurred-image recovery techniques and physical and chemical inspection techniques.

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