This is what Kodak recommend for their IR film. # Suggested applications: * Advertising/illustration * Aerial * Corporate/industrial * Fine art * Landscape * Law enforcement * Medical/scientific * Photo hobbyist * Portraiture Now I'm as unexperienced as they come when talking about IR photography but law enforcement? I've been doing some research on using IR as I'd like to give it a go and from what I've read: Its best done at daytime in bright light The focus isn't the same as the light is a different wave length Sometimes timely exposures are required Loading and unloading film needs to be done in complete darkness Exposure values are tricky (with special filters etc etc.) So what I'm wondering is in what situation would IR film be used for law enforcement? What amazing benefit would it have that would out weigh the above mentioned complexities of using IR film??? Just curious, and if any one knows where I can see examples please do link!