Daily Archives: January 23, 2012

Forensic Examination on Costa Concordia Victims


Italy
(AGI) Island of Giglio – Scientific Police are to make a complete forensic examination at Grosseto Hospital on all the bodies recovered from the Costa Concordia disaster.

Boss David Richardson has led LGC putting killers behind bars


This is Money.com UK
Outsourcing a key Government service to private equity sounds like a recipe for disaster.
But at LGC, the forensic science business that made the breakthrough in the recent Stephen Lawrence murder trial, a different tale is unfolding.

Hargitay Urging U.S. Politicians To Expand DNA Registry

Actress Mariska Hargitay is urging politicians to support the possible expansion of the U.S. DNA registry, so real-life detectives would be able to solve assault, abuse and murder cases faster.

Crime lab asks for less evidence

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – Connecticut officials are trying to curb the so-called CSI effect that forensic experts say has helped inundate crime labs across the country with record numbers of evidence testing requests, in an effort to reduce a huge backlog at the state’s lab.