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The Topeka Capital-Journa - Justin Wingerter - March 18, 2016 Waiting game: Law enforcement faces backlog in searching technology Law enforcement agencies across the state, including in Clatsop County, rely on only a few experts to process technology used in criminal cases.The Daily Astorian - Kyle Spurr - March 18, 2016 FBI agents learn to dig up evidence at a crime scene FBI agents around the country were brought to Knoxville for human recovery training at the University of Tennessee, a training like no other.Westman Journal - Lanny Stewart - March 15, 2016 Solving the crime lab conundrum: Technology could bring lab to crime scene In his lab, Mulligan has managed to miniaturize an existing instrument known as the mass spectrometer.This device could be used by law enforcement investigators to detect evidence, for example, by swabbing a table top or a suspect's hand looking for traces of cocaine or an explosive too small to be seen by the unaided eye.If you have any problems afterward with file sharing, then just take a look here for a fix.Crime scene cleanup business is not for everyone He and his three employees at Bio Scene Clean Up work day and night in the Tampa Bay area, stepping in after the unthinkable happens.
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After news broke of a devastating security flaw in its most recent version of mac OS, Apple responded quickly by releasing a patch.
Installing Security Update 2017-001 on either mac OS 10.13 or 10.13.1 will resolve a problem that allowed anyone to login with admin access simply by typing the username "root" and leaving the password blank, but people have discovered there's another wrinkle.
Local 8 - WVLT-TV Knoxville, TN - Donovan Long - March 17, 2016 Washington poised to become first state to track all rape kits Supporters say the bill will enable rape survivors to keep track of what’s happening in their cases, while pinpointing problems that have caused an estimated 6,000 rape kits to go untested in Washington.
The Olympian - MELISSA SANTOS - March 15, 2016 A look inside the Brandon Police Forensic Identification Unit Lanny Stewart of the Westman Journal recently spent an afternoon with the Brandon Police Service Forensic Identification Unit, getting an all-access pass to what goes on 'behind the scenes'.