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Forensic Regulator's standards 'should be made law'

Home Office announces plans to give Forensic Science Regulator statutory powers – including powers to investigate lapses in quality.

Forensic Regulator's standards 'should be made law'

Date - 8th November 2013
By - Nic Brunetti - Police Oracle
The Forensic Science Regulator could be given investigative powers for lapses in quality standards and his codes of practice could be made law under new government proposals. Andrew Rennison (pictured) is set to leave the job as Regulator in...
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