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- March 8, 2016 Face by DNA trace Identikits will soon be compiled, not from the unreliable memories of victims, but from the DNA left at crime scenes by the people who wronged them.Research at the University of Leuven, Belgium, shows DNA can be used to create a likeness of a person.This device could be used by law enforcement investigators to detect evidence, for example, by swabbing a table top or a suspect's hand looking for traces of cocaine or an explosive too small to be seen by the unaided eye.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.The Olympian - MELISSA SANTOS - March 15, 2016 A look inside the Brandon Police Forensic Identification Unit Lanny Stewart of the Westman Journal recently spent an afternoon with the Brandon Police Service Forensic Identification Unit, getting an all-access pass to what goes on 'behind the scenes'.
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.
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.
CBS SP bay Area - March 26, 2016 How do you recover DNA from a crime scene like Brussels?
The second step is to bring all recovered objects to the lab and swab them to collect any traces of DNA that have survived the blast.