The global forensic equipment and supplies market was valued US$ 5,399.2 Mn in 2020 and growing at a CAGR of 7.3% over the forecast period to reach US$ 8,985.3 Mn by 2027 owing to the increasing number of crimes across the globe coupled with advancements in technology in the field of forensics with the support of government. Moreover, intense maturity among investigators in identifying and the importance of DNA profiling is a very commonly used technique in criminal investigation after finger print analysis. DNA is a unique as a fingerprint to every individual, which helps investigators to confirm or identify an unidentified person. The most commonly used biological evidenced for DNA profiling includes blood, urine, saliva, semen, skin, and hair. However, DNA profiling are typically never used as the single piece of confirmation in the court of law. In addition, rising public-private partnerships in the field of forensics to investment in the development of advanced technology and rising commercialization of forensic equipment is expected to drive the growth of the market over the forecast years. However, most of the crime laboratories have substantial backlogs of evidence not yet tested or otherwise processed. Clearing these backlogs is a major concern and goal of laboratory directors. Lack of skilled professionals in handling forensic equipment is anticipated to restrain the growth of the market. Laboratory equipment and tools that help detect and analyse numerous materials gathered from crime scenes or suspects as evidence utilising scientific approaches such as genetics and biotechnology make up forensic equipment and supplies. These tools are used in criminal investigations, forensic examinations, pharmaceutical research, and academic study. Trace evidence analysis, body fluid analysis, DNA sequencing, fingerprint identification, autopsy, forensic toxicology, blood pattern analysis, facial reconstruction, fire debris analysis, and compound determination of dangerous substances and chemicals are among the most common uses of forensic technology.