Digital Analysis Identification Section
The Digital Analysis and Identification Section is responsible for the repositories of mug shots, scars, marks, tattoos, and crime scene images, as well as program oversight of the Audio Video Analysis Unit, Forensic Artist Program, Missing Persons Coordination Unit, and the Statewide Network of Agency Photos (SNAP).
The Digital Analysis and Identification Section can be reached at 517-284-3168.
- AMBER Alerts
- Audio Video Analysis Unit (AVAU)
- Forensic Art Unit
- Missing Persons Coordination Unit (MPCU)
- Photo Lab Unit
- Statewide Network of Agency Photos (SNAP)
Combined DNA Index System (CODIS)
CODIS is a database of DNA profiles collected from crime scene evidence, convicted offenders, felony arrestees, missing persons, and unidentified human remains. Learn more about the CODIS Section at the Michigan State Police.
The CODIS Section can be reached at 517-636-0465 or questions can be emailed to MSPCODIS@michigan.gov.
- Frequently Asked Questions about DNA Collection
- DNA Identification Profiling System Act
- Michigan Probate Code
- Michigan Penal Code
Automated Print Identification Section (API)
The Automated Print Identification Section oversees all programs dealing with fingerprints and palm prints for law enforcement agencies in Michigan, specializing in the Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS), Live Scan, Mobile ID, and Ten-print Unit.
The API Section can be reached at 517-284-3168.
- Automated Fingerprint Identification System
- Live Scan
- Mobile ID
- Ten-Print Analysis Unit
The Polygraph Section assists law enforcement in solving crimes through the use of validated psychological and physiological techniques. Learn more about the Polygraph Section at the Michigan State Police.
Law enforcement agencies may contact the Polygraph Section at 517-636-0465 or by email at email@example.com. After-hours requests can be made by contacting MSP Operations at 517-241-8000.