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Showing Stories from 13th January 2017 to 10th July 2017
(10/07/17) Scottish government launch review into police handling of biometric data (06/07/17) 'Lack of progress' in Scottish forensics says inspectorate (19/06/17) Mystery body found in Exmoor 15 years ago to be identified (19/05/17) Latest Forensics Digest published (16/05/17) Ex-officer says imaging software can help growing 'question' of authenticity (14/05/17) Probe into 'manipulated' drug test data extended to thousands of samples (10/05/17) Cloud evidence management systems to be a "powerful tool" in collaborative working (04/05/17) Europol: Forensic science collaboration 'cannot be the same' post-Brexit (03/05/17) Digital policing lead hopes to 'rationalise' funding
Forensic science regulator warns of digital standards 'car crash'

Forensic science regulator warns of digital standards 'car crash'

(03/05/17) Dr Tully says many forensics bodies seeking accreditation are unlikely to meet the digital deadline later this year.

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(22/04/17) Forensics academy to be based at Lancs Police HQ (10/04/17) Sheep DNA used to corral conviction (06/04/17) Force releases video of torturers' arrest on aeroplane (31/03/17) Forensics digest published (31/03/17) Finance needed to address 'unacceptable' forensic medical services for sex crime victims (25/03/17) Forensics expert warns of 'assumptions' around criminal evidence (24/03/17) Killer jailed after DNA found on chewing gum more than 30 years on
Detective casebook: A 15-year-old's murderer had confessed but an extra charge was needed

Detective casebook: A 15-year-old's murderer had confessed but an extra charge was needed

(21/03/17) The story of Kayleigh Haywood is being used to educate young people about the dangers of speaking to strangers online, but the determination of investigators to add extra charges in the case helped the truth emerge.

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(16/03/17) College of Policing to encourage expansion of digital media investigator roles (14/03/17) Digital policing must 'adapt quickly' to meet pace of change (04/03/17) Forensic accreditation aids fake currency fight (03/03/17) Shoreham air disaster report says pilot flew 'too slow and too low' (24/02/17) DNA database most effective since records began (20/02/17) Criminal inquiry launched into forensics firm over data manipulation (16/02/17) Human remains 'big step forward' for post-mortem forensics
Officer receives international award for groundbreaking footprint system

Officer receives international award for groundbreaking footprint system

(10/02/17) Scanner will now be installed in every Met custody suite.

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(21/01/17) Force's 'knot man' helps unravel complex cases (13/01/17) Latest forensics digest published (13/01/17) Government department to access DNA database in bid to close 'fake dads' paternity loophole
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