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Evidence has taken as long as 300 days for the KBI to process, a statistic the bureau would like to see decrease to 60.
The Topeka Capital-Journa - Justin Wingerter - March 18, 2016 Waiting game: Law enforcement faces backlog in searching technology Law enforcement agencies across the state, including in Clatsop County, rely on only a few experts to process technology used in criminal cases.
The Daily Astorian - Kyle Spurr - March 18, 2016 FBI agents learn to dig up evidence at a crime scene FBI agents around the country were brought to Knoxville for human recovery training at the University of Tennessee, a training like no other.
Local 8 - WVLT-TV Knoxville, TN - Donovan Long - March 17, 2016 Washington poised to become first state to track all rape kits Supporters say the bill will enable rape survivors to keep track of what’s happening in their cases, while pinpointing problems that have caused an estimated 6,000 rape kits to go untested in Washington.
Science - Kelly Servick - March 7, 2016 Berks County detectives get digital assist With forensic science and technology rapidly evolving, Gombar and Sgt.
Robert Johnson, who heads the DA's forensic services unit, said they realized that it's futile to try to retrofit the detectives for the digital age when most of them began their careers before the Internet. cops using plant DNA to fight crime DNA marking is a method of tracking property in which owners mark an item with a solution containing plant DNA, then register their names with a special serial number.
CBS SP bay Area - March 26, 2016 How do you recover DNA from a crime scene like Brussels?
Illinois State University News - John Moody - March 14, 2016 Tying lipstick smears from crime scenes to specific brands For years, forensic scientists have applied various methods to remove lipstick samples from crime scenes and analyze their chemical constituents.
- March 13, 2016 UCO Forensic Science Institute receives historic accreditation The three newly accredited programs are Bachelor of Science degrees in forensic molecular biology, forensic chemistry and digital forensics.