The focus of this first part is historical development, with emphasis on the now defunct Forensic Science Service
THERESA May's in the dock over fears more than 10,000 criminal cases are in doubt following alleged manipulation of evidence at a private Randox lab in Manchester after she destroyed our world-envied crime analysis agency, the Forensic Science Service
In addition they have also partnered public and private agencies including Capita, the Forensic Science Service
, National Police Improvement Agency and Scambusters to support law enforcement.
The Science and Technology Committee accused the Government of being slow to recognise the wider impact on the criminal justice system of shutting the Forensic Science Service
(FSS) in March 2012.
It came as Patrick Harrington QC, prosecuting, questioned Andrew Sweeting who worked for the forensic science service
at the time of the investigation into Aamir's killing.
THE closure of the Forensic Science Service
(FSS) could lead to rapists and murderers evading justice, an MP has claimed.
BRITAIN'S justice system will take a "backward step" if the Government closes its Forensic Science Service
, experts warned last night.
A NORTH East forensics expert has joined police chiefs to criticise the Government's decision to axe the Forensic Science Service
Summary: Up to 800 jobs are being axed by the Government's Forensic Science Service
- 40 per cent of the workforce.
Experts at the Forensic Science Service
, based in Birmingham, have been hired by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to help them re-examine DNA samples in a review of unsolved murder cases.
In 2007, the FBI Laboratory celebrated a milestone with 75 years of forensic science service
Tests on traces found on a bedroom wall by sniffer dogs two weeks ago were carried out at the Forensic Science Service