MANILA, Philippines—The International Police (Interpol) has offered additional assistance in helping the Philippine National Police (PNP) identify victims of floods caused by Tropical Storm “Sendong” in Mindanao, the PNP said in a statement Tuesday.
Daily Archives: January 4, 2012
Sheffield, UK (PRWEB UK) 4 January 2012
Items from all over the UK will be consolidated to a single location to enable prospective purchasers to view the forensic analysis and laboratory equipment prior to bidding. Troostwijk’s UK Managing Director James Hague said, “The quality and diversity of equipment available will appeal to both scientific industries and educational establishments. This is a fantastic opportunity to acquire excellent quality equipment, particularly for those setting up forensic science laboratories or universities providing forensic science degree courses.”
The Guardian UK
What do the killers of Stephen Lawrence, Joanna Yeates, Milly Dowler, Vikki Thompson, Colette Aram, Rachel Nickell and Damilola Taylor have in common? All were convicted with the help of evidence provided not by the police, but by scientists working for Britain’s largest privately owned supplier of forensic services, LGC Forensics.
Wall Street Journal New York Politics
The New York City Council plans to restore $730,000 in funding that Mayor Michael Bloomberg planned to cut from the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, preserving a dozen positions in forensic biology and evidence, officials confirmed Tuesday.