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Single ultra-violet and infra-red device for crime scene capture

Six people from Gloucestershire's forensics team will receive training in January on how to use the Crime-lite® AUTO, which was purchased after the PCC applied for Home Office funding.

Credit: foster+freeman

Credit: foster+freeman

Date - 5th December 2022
By - Cash Boyle
A forensic coordinator with Gloucestershire Constabulary is confident that a piece of technology recently made available to the force will improve existing methods for capturing evidence at crime scenes. Gloucestershire is the first force in the...
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