Fast and Safe Illicit Drug Testing for Law Enforcement

    There is no time to waste when handling unknown substances.  Police on the street need to know if they are working with fentanyl or baking soda before it's too late.

    With a simple point and scan utilizing a handheld Raman analyzer, you'll receive clear, court-admissible results in seconds and know if a mystery substance contains illicit drugs, precursors, cutting agents or household products.

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    Your safety is our priority

    Access presumptive identification in the palm of your hand.


    The accuracy of a chemical laboratory in a handheld device that provides near-instant results.


    Don’t risk exposure to mystery substances. Scan through the packaging and stay safe in the field.


    Comprehensive library that contains latest fentanyl formulations, as well as drug precursors and cutting agents.

    What other Departments are Saying

    • Contactless drug testing has been huge. The Raman device just makes it so much easier.
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      Scott Hanley
      Pokagon Tribal Police
    • The ResQ CQL 1064 nm was a force multiplier by providing the ability to quickly search numerous vehicles used to transport mislabeled precursor chemicals.
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      Michael Brown
      Country Attache, Far East Region
      U.S. DEA
    • I purchased the Rigaku analyzer for 3 reasons: results in 10 seconds or less, little to no fluorescence, and it sees through colored containers - it was a no brainer!
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      Steve Brunette
      Battalion Chief
      Sioux Falls Fire & Rescue

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    Rigaku's CQL Series of handheld 1064 nm Raman analyzers are fit for purpose for your department's analysis needs and budget.

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    Application notes

    Learn more about how Rigaku Raman analyzers are used by law enforcement.

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