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  Central Forensic Science Laboratory - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Central Forensic Science Laboratory - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Located in Calcutta, India, the Central Forensic Science Laboratory is a wing of the Indian Union home ministry, is regarded as a centre of excellence in biological sciences and houses “the only DNA repository in Southeast Asia”.
Central Forensic Science Laboratory and Universities and colleges in India.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Central_Forensic_Science_Laboratory   (97 words)

 New Jersey State Police - Forensic Science Laboratory Bureau   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Bureau scientists are able to extract vital information through research and development and provide the forensic science community with this data via the publishing of papers and books.
The minimum requirements to be a forensic scientist for the New Jersey State Police is a B.S. degree in physical or biological science, with at least 24 credit hours in chemistry, and one year of experience in a well-equipped analytical or forensic laboratory.
DNA is a chemical substance found in all living things, from bacteria and plants to animals and man. With the exception of identical twins, each person’s DNA is unique; half is inherited from the mother and half from the father.
www.njsp.org /about/forensic.html   (419 words)

 4N6site.com Forensic Institutes
The Forensic Science Division of the Department of Scientific Services, Institute of Science and Forensic Medicine is the sole provider of forensic science expertise and services to the Police, the Central Narcotics Bureau and the Judiciary in Singapore.
The National Institute for Toxicology and Forensic Sciences is part of the Ministery of Justice in Spain, and is responsible for aiding the administration of justice and the development of the forensic sciences.
As the central organization of police science in Japan, it is responsible for the research and case work in the field of forensic sciences, researches on criminology and behavioral science, and researches on traffic safety and regulation.
home.planet.nl /~ber03728/4N6site/forinst.htm   (510 words)

 Forensic Science Laboratories
Earlier to establishment of Forensic Science Laboratory in U.P. the cases related to crime exhibits were examined in Scientific section of Criminal Investigation Department (C.I.D.), U.P. In the year 1967 A detailed proposal superseding all the previous proposals to set-up a Forensic Science Laboratory in the State was submitted.
Forensic Science Laboratory, U.P., Lucknow was selected for strengthening under UNFDAC Project of the United Nations Development Program and was provided with modern Analytical instruments like HPLC, GLC, and TLC in the year 1990 for analysis and identification of seized Narcotic drugs and Psychotropic substances.
The Forensic Science Laboratory, U.P. Lucknow was accepted as co-ordinating laboratory for the evidence types paint and glass for the 12th Interpol Symposium.
uppolice.up.nic.in /forensic.html   (1466 words)

 Forensic Science Central
Forensic scientists work in the justice system, so if you have a criminal record,you have virtuallyno chance of getting a job as a forensic scientist.
A Bachelor's degree in forensic science, chemistry, biology, toxicology, biochemistry, microbiology or a related field is required, and a major in a physical or natural science is usually desired, but not required.
Forensic veterinary surgeons are often used in suspicious animal deaths and dealings.
www.beginnersforensics.bravehost.com /careers.html   (2347 words)

 Forensic Science - University of Central Lancashire
The Department of Forensic and Investigative Science offers courses in forensic science and criminal investigation, with specialisms in policing, scenes of crime, forensic chemistry, forensic biology and anthropology.
Forensic science employs scientific procedures for the investigation of crime through the collection and analysis of evidence.
The department takes students from the examination of the crime scene and gathering of evidence to the laboratory, where evidence is analysed and recorded, and then through to the court room where it is presented in a legal context.
www.uclan.ac.uk /courses/ug/subjects/forensic.htm   (265 words)

 History and development of forensic science in India. Tewari RK, Ravikumar KV J Postgrad Med
The application of science and technology to the detection and investigation of crime and administration of justice is not new to India.
:: A new mandate to the cfsls of bpr&d
These laboratories also act as the referral centers for handling forensic analysis of crime cases requiring extensive investigation and high expertise, received from the courts of law, state and central forensic science institutions and other crime investigating agencies in India.
www.jpgmonline.com /article.asp?issn=0022-3859;year=2000;volume=46;issue=4;spage=303;epage=8;aulast=Tewari   (4000 words)

 About the author of Sinha's forensic firearm page
Head of the Ballistics (Forensic firearm) Division of central (federal) forensic science laboratory, India for 25 years.
Besides identifying the involved gun, assisted the court in the verification of prosecution/defense version and in the reconstruction of the shooting incident.
Trained laboratory personnel of the ballistics (forensic firearm) division of central /state forensic laboratories and rendered expert guidance to Police officers (Investigators) and Medical officers (Coroners) on various aspects of forensic ballistics (firearm).
www.geocities.com /j_ksinha/author.html   (325 words)

 Virginia Institute of Forensic Science and Medicine | Comm Center   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Since THC is a central nervous system depressant, a marijuana user may become drowsy, dizzy, have perceptual difficulties and impairment of coordination, which might impair the individual's ability in regard to driving or business transactions [Baselt, Harder].
An important aspect of laboratory based performance study is the subjective test that allows the subject(s) to report his/her mood, feelings and impressions, using a quantifiable scale.
Laboratory tests are experimentally controlled by drastic simplification, which may affect a subject's motivation to perform the test by making it appear "unreal" [Robbe].
www.vifsm.org /commcenter/0802onealetal.html   (3288 words)

 Bioline International Official Site (site up-dated regularly)
These laboratories were equipped to handle toxicological analysis of viscera, biological analysis of stains of blood, semen, etc. and chemical analysis of food, drugs, and various excisable materials to provide scientific support to the criminal justice delivery system within their limited means.
The question of introducing criminology and forensic science as the courses of study at the university level in India was taken up with the ViceChancellors of various universities during 1950, but the progress made in this direction was not encouraging.
A New Mandate to the CFSLS OF BPR&D
www.bioline.org.br /request?jp00100   (3926 words)

 Central Chronicle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
A report by the Chandigarh based Central Forensic Science Laboratory has added a controversial twist to the case.
The CFSL says it is almost certain that Anara is the girl on the pornographic CDs sent to them by the Jammu police.
Last month the Hyderabad based CFSL had concluded that the woman in the porn CD and pictures of Anara were not the same.
www.centralchronicle.com /20050209/0902007.htm   (367 words)

 Jobs & Careers: Special supplement of The Tribune, Chandigarh, India. Feature page
Corporate houses are likely to hire forensic experts in a big way in future owing to the growing incidence of white-collar crimes, frauds and scams.
Forensic scientists have a wide role to play due to the fact that in the present circumstances it is only the material evidence in traces that has more chances to link the criminal/victim with the crime.
The knowledge of Forensic Science becomes a way of life, as a result of which a person can save himself from becoming a victim of any fraud or crime.
www.tribuneindia.com /2004/20040928/jobs/main1.htm   (957 words)

 esiksha.com - Protective Services
For this, a central clearinghouse of information relating to crime and criminals was established by the Ministry of Home Affairs, namely the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
The CBI was initially established in 1941 in order to investigate cases of corruption during the war, and in the supply department of the government of India during the Second World War.
The CBI is concerned with the investigation and prosecution of cases relating to bribery and corruption involving Central government servants and cases of misappropriation of accounts and offences arising from the Import and Export Control Act, the Currency Regulation Act and other such acts.
www.esiksha.com /sciences/protective/cbi.asp   (994 words)

 AMinistry of Home Affairs
The activities of CFSLs under BPRandD have been re-oriented so as to enable each laboratory to mainly focus on the research and development activities in one of the three broad areas of forensic science, viz., forensic biological sciences, forensic physical sciences and forensic chemical sciences.
While preserving their composite nature, the three laboratories shall henceforth be developed as 'Centres of Excellence' for research and development, and specialised training in their designated fields of forensic science.
The Institute is also arranging various collaborative training programmes for forensic scientists/staff with scientific institutions of excellence in the country, such as the Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad, the Industrial Toxicology Research Centre, Lucknow, the Central for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics, Hyderabad, etc., in order to harness their expertise and knowledge-base for forensic application.
www.mha.nic.in /ch12.htm#BPR&D   (2268 words)

 Forensic science
Eric J. Hazelrigg attended Virginia Commonwealth University for both his undergraduate and graduate studies, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Master of Science in Criminal Justice and Forensic Science.
In this role, he examined evidence in cases involving the analysis of fire debris, explosives, paint, fibers, fracture matches and the identification/comparison of unknown substances recovered from crime scenes.
He was employed at the Department of Forensic Science in that capacity for 18 years.
www.has.vcu.edu /forensics/faculty/hazelrigg.html   (189 words)

 The Telegraph - Calcutta : Nation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
M.R. Chennai, Dec. 28: An independent forensic expert has “demonstrated” with material evidence, testimony and logic in an hour-long documentary that the attack on the Sabarmati Express at Godhra was not a “conspiracy”.
Sehgal, former director, Central Forensic Science Laboratory, and a member of Interpol, doing spot investigation of coach S6 of the Sabarmati Express.
After examining the materials collected from S6, the forensic experts “are now certain that the fire was caused by petrol”, says the film.
www.telegraphindia.com /1031229/asp/nation/story_2728597.asp   (589 words)

 McClaren, Wilson & Lawrie, Inc.
This full service forensic science laboratory is co-located with the State Investigative Division and includes Administration, Training, Evidence Processing and Storage, DNA/Serology, Trace Evidence, Forensic Chemistry, Toxicology, Firearms, Latent Prints/AFIS, Forensic Photography, Evidence, Vehicle Examination/Crime Scene, Shared and Support Spaces.
This facility houses the Virginia Academy of Forensic Science, a program devoted to law enforcement personnel training in evidence collection and handling.
MWL served as the forensic laboratory/medical examiner facility planning and design specialist for this new full-service facility.
www.mwlarchitects.com /projects/forensics.html   (431 words)

 Wildlife Forensic
Therefore, a need was felt for strengthening the Wildlife Forensic Capabilities so as to support the enforcement agencies in the proper implementation of the Indian Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972 in controlling the illegal wildlife trade.
The forensic laboratory became operational in January 1998.
Shri C.P. Sharma, the Laboratory Technician who was on study leave for his Master Course in Forensic Science from Punjabi University, Patiala, sponsored under Wildlife Institute of India-US Fish and Wildlife Service collaborative project, has rejoined us after successfully completing the course.
www.wii.gov.in /forensic.htm   (604 words)

 Arrest Assam Rifles personnel: Upendra panel
The AR counsel on Thursday requested the commission to provide a copy of the forensic report of Manorama's clothes issued by the Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL), Kolkata so as to enable the AR authority to produce the four witnesses, including Colonel Jagmohan, Commandant of 17th Assam Rifles before the Commission for examination.
The CFSL in its forensic report submitted before the Commission on Wednesday, had detected stains of human semen on the cloths of Manorama Devi.
This was detected during a test of 30-year-old Manorama's clothes by Central Forensic Science Laboratory in Kolkata.The sources said blood stains, also detected on the undergarments of the deceased woman, were found to be of O-type.
www.rediff.com /news/2004/aug/27mani.htm   (450 words)

 Audit Report   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The Laboratory did not have the documentation required by the QAS to verify calibration for two pieces of equipment.
The Laboratory's most recent approved Plan was dated February 1992; however, the Plan pertains to a previous facility that the Laboratory no longer occupies.
The NDIS requirements prohibit laboratories from uploading DNA profiles that are unambiguously attributable to a victim or to known individuals other than the suspected perpetrator(s).
www.usdoj.gov /oig/grants/g3000005.htm   (400 words)

 Forensic Science Communications - April 2004
Forensic experts visited the scene and examined the gas cylinder, oven, gas pipe, and regulator.
Cotton swabs from different flened and burned areas of the house were examined in the laboratory.
It is, instead, a case of fuel-air (aerosol) explosion from liquid petroleum gas leakage in a congested and inadequately ventilated apartment.
www.fbi.gov /hq/lab/fsc/backissu/april2004/2004_02_case01.htm   (2207 words)

 Anil Aggrawal's Forensic Career Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
A forensic wild life specialist was given the task of analysing that sample, and he opined the fluid must have come from the gall bladder of a bear of a protected species.
Forensic astronomers are people who utilize their knowledge of astronomy to calculate such things as visibility at the scene of crime at the estimated or reported time of crime.
In their paper, they tell us that forensic astronomers use degrees of longitude and latitude of the scene, data from regular astronomical almanacs, moon phases, the times of moonrise, moonset, sunrise and sunset etc to calculate the visibility on the night of the event.
www.fortunecity.com /campus/electrical/314/career.html   (12386 words)

 The Hindu : Andhra Pradesh News : Forensic Science Lab gets advanced equipment
But with the Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL) acquiring sophisticated equipment, the investigator can conclusively prove if the weapon was used by the suspect with a negligible margin of error.
Though the many forensic science laboratories have equipment to determine the GSR residue, the SEM-EDXA is the most sophisticated one to be acquired by any forensic science laboratory in the country.
Coinciding with the inauguration, the CFSL is also organising a national level workshop on "GSM particle analysis using SEM-EDXA" on its premises where GSR experts from the United Kingdom, Jenny Goulden and Anthony Hyde, would train forensic experts in the new techniques.
www.hindu.com /2004/11/25/stories/2004112515430500.htm   (415 words)

Department of Forensic Medicine situated at level V of the College Building deals with medical aspects of law as well as legal aspects of medical practice.
Mortuary, housed in the L-block of the hospital, comprises of adequate space with modern facilities for conducting postmortems.
A study for the thesis to MD Forensic Medicine title " A profile of poisioning cases coming to GMCH, Chandigarh" in collaboration with Central Forensic Science Laboratory, Sector 36, Chandigarh is being coducted.
gmch.nic.in /forensic.htm   (233 words)

 Staff Page - Dr.G.V.Rao
The cases referred were for establishment of paternity / maternity, identification of mutilated dead bodies, establishment of biological relationships for immigration, organ transplantation and property inheritance matters, Identification of missing children and child swapping in hospitals, Identification of rapist in rape cases, Identification in murder cases, Species identification in wildlife poaching cases, etc.
Apart from laboratory work, he is also an authority on appreciation of DNA evidence in the Court of Law.
His work in forensic wildlife was awarded as the best paper in the Conference of the International Association of Forensic Academy, New York in 1999.
www.cdfd.org.in /stfgvra.html   (475 words)

 Y-STR haplotypes in autochthonous tribal population of Chotanagpur Plateau, India
The 20 typed Y-STRs are highly polymorphic and aid in human identification.
An extremely informative Y-STR core set (minimal and extended haplotype), approved for court use by the forensic and scientific community (7) as well as validated by DAB/TWAGDAM (8) was chosen fro typing-DYS19, DYS389I,DYS389II, DYS390, DYS391, DYS392, DYS393, DYS385I/II and YCAII.
This study characterizes the the Y-STR haplotypes in 136 tribal individuals, belonging to the Austro, Asiatic linguistic family of Chotanagpar Plateau, India
www.astm.org /JOURNALS/FORENSIC/PAGES/4982.htm   (249 words)

 Allele frequencies of D1S80 locus in the Bharias, a primitive Indian tribal population from Patalkot, India
Biswas R, Central Forensic Science Laboratory, Sector 36-A, Chandigarh, India.
Central Forensic Science Laboratory, Sector 36-A, Chandigarh, India.
Author Biswas R, Giroti R Title Allele frequencies of D1S80 locus in the Bharias, a primitive Indian tribal population from Patalkot, India Symposium, Committee on
journalsip.astm.org /JOURNALS/FORENSIC/PAGES/4229.htm   (186 words)

 rediff.com: DNA fudging case: Team collects fresh samples
A four-member forensic team from two of India's premier diagnostics labs on Wednesday collected fresh DNA samples from the relatives of the victims of the carnage in Pathribal in March 2000, and also exhumed the remains of the victims for further probe.
Dr G V Rao of the Central Forensic Science Laboratory (Hyderabad) also flew in on Wednesday morning to be a part of the team, after the Jammu and Kashmir government extended an invitation to the top DNA scientist.
In order to make the exercise foolproof, the entire forensic exercise was carried out in presence of the Inspector General of Police (Jammu) P L Gupta, District Magistrate Bashir Ahmed Runiyal and Senior Superintendent of Police (Anantnag) Ghulan Hassan Bhat.
www.rediff.com /news/2002/apr/03jk3.htm   (303 words)

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