Police receive Forensic Kit

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Police receive Forensic Kit

94332491-544b-4b6c-8abd-8ad3c4c56613PRESS RELEASE – The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force is the recipient of a Crime Scene Forensic Kit which would aid the Force in its crime scene investigations.

The investigative tool was handed over to the Criminal Investigations Department during a ceremony which took place on Monday, January 18, 2016 at The Chesterfield Conference Room.

Forensic Lab Director at the Caribbean Forensic Services of Trinidad and Tobago Dr. Maurice Aboud, made this valuable donation through an affiliate agency, Alternative Security Services (St. Lucia) LTD.

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The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force would like to thank Dr. Aboud for his generous donation. There is no doubt that this vital tool will enhance the crime scene investigative capabilities of the Royal Saint Lucia Force.

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  1. Nice but this is so embarrassing for the police and us as a people. We are highlighting a kit received to be used for our closed multi million dollar lab. So while the gentleman kindly offers his assistance where is our responsibility to be seeing about ourselves. So if the lab is closed where is all the evidence kept and will any testing be done?

    We are already taking raps from foreign countries on our handling of crime and our justice system. Is there anything being done right in this country

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  2. Well we need to asked the question when will the lab be up and running? With all the arrests , rape going on in st.lucia this gift is an idle way of solving some of these crimes. Come on Mr. prime minister take your prick off your ass and start making my people feel safe again oh gosh smfh

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  3. Waste of time. We eh have no lab running for years since its inception and the police eh know their hands from their foot. That will sit there and gather dust till the contents expire, or somebody go use it or sell it bit by bit for their own curious use.

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