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Met awarded for ivory fingerprinting kit

Dedicated technician created innovative solution after being challenged by his two daughters to find a way to save elephants.

Metropolitan Police Service Forensics Technician Mark Moseley (centre) with his IFAW Animal Action award

Metropolitan Police Service Forensics Technician Mark Moseley (centre) with his IFAW Animal Action award

Date - 22nd October 2017
By - Sophie Garrod - Police Oracle
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A Met forensics technician has received a national award from the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). Mark Moseley, 42, was rewarded on for his work in developing a unique ivory fingerprinting kit which is being used to combat the illegal...
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