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Huston Chronicle - Mihir Zaveri and Rebecca Elliott - March 27, 2016 Illinois State Police swamped with DNA tests on rapes, murders The short-staffed Illinois State Police crime lab is grappling with a backlog of thousands of pending tests on biological evidence collected in rapes, murders and other crimes, the Chicago Sun-Times has learned.
Chicago Sun Times - Frank Main - March 27, 2016 Law Enforcement Investigators Demand Access To Private DNA Databases Two major companies that research family lineage for fees around 0 say that over the last two years, they have received law enforcement demands for individuals' genetic information stored in their DNA databases.
Three large classrooms will also serve as a training facility for law enforcement and public safety officials.
Roanoke Times - Tiffany Stevens - March 23, 2016 Home Office unveils strategy to tackle UK forensics problems The UK Home Office has released a new forensic science strategy, which it says addresses some of the serious criticisms raised by the parliamentary science and technology committee last year.
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.
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.
Times Live - Shaun Smillie - March 8, 2016 Reversing the legacy of junk science in the courtroom Last May, NIST awarded million to a team of about 30 statisticians and legal professionals to help develop tools for analyzing the strength of an apparent match.
Called the Center for Statistics and Applications in Forensic Evidence (CSAFE), it will collaborate with NIST statisticians to develop statistical methods that describe how strongly a shoeprint in the dirt links the owner of a certain pair of sneakers to a crime scene, for example, or how many fingerprints other than the suspect’s might have left a similar pattern on a murder weapon.
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Senate Bill 104 would provide the center with the status as a criminal justice agency, therefore making it eligible for grant dollars available through the Federal Bureau of Investigation and other federal agencies.