Wednesday, 14 September 2011 13:27
The newly turned over crime laboratory building here is the first and only crime lab building funded by the United States government, this said Police Regional Office (PRO)- 9 Crime Laboratory Head Supt. Solomon Segundo.
Segundo said that of the 16 Police Regional Offices nationwide including the National Head Quarters in Camp Crame, it is only in PRO-9 that the US government poured funds for its construction coupled with complete crime lab equipment.
Segundo further said, the funds does not only limit to the physical construction of the crime lab building but goes out to the purchase of modern crime laboratory “gear” and the training of police personnel and technicians who will be assigned for the maintenance of the crime lab.
The Crime Laboratory Head revealed, the funds from the US government will be released in three batches.
The first batch was already released that resulted to the completion of the construction of the crime lab building which was recently turned over to PRO9.
Second release will be for the for the setting of the fallowing sections in the crime lab such as chemistry section, macro etching examination section, section for evidence for DNA test and the purchase of needed crime laboratory equipment.
Third and final release will be used for the training of personnel and technicians who will be assigned for the maintenance of the crime lab. (PIA9-ZC/BST)
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