IBIN Handbook (second edition)

With more than 190,000 fired ammunition exhibits from numerous countries, IBIN's ever-growing database is a vast resource of bullet and cartridge case information. The IBIN Handbook is designed to provide guidelines to both IBIN member and non-member agencies to ensure that critical ballistic information can be shared internationally in the most efficient manner possible.

Topics covered include best practices on various subjects including ideal scenarios for IBIN correlations and procedures for double-casting resin clones of ballistic evidence.

Steering Committee Terms of Reference

The IBIN Steering Committee advises INTERPOL on the implementation and development of the IBIN network. It is responsible for assessing a wide range of issues which are critical to the overall evolution and service value of IBIN. The Terms Of Reference detail the Steering Committee's purpose, role, duties, structure and operating rules.