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More U.S. states taking DNA samples from people accused but not convicted

By ROBERT TANNER AP National Writer NEW YORK- Hoping to solve and prevent more crimes, the U.S. government... - Full Story


Houston crime lab set to resume DNA testing

The Associated Press HOUSTON- The DNA division of the Houston Police Department's crime lab, closed for... - Full Story


Report: Expanding DNA searches to relatives could solve more crimes

By RANDOLPH E. SCHMID AP Science Writer WASHINGTON- Searching DNA records has become a common practice... - Full Story


Prosecutor: Evidence again stolen from East St. Louis Police Department

By JIM SUHR Associated Press Writer EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill.- Police evidence including guns, drugs and sexual... - Full Story


DNA cases may strain LAPD's resources

Patrick McGreevy, Times Staff Writer Copyright 2006 Los Angeles Times All Rights Reserved The Los Angeles... - Full Story


TV crime drama is how-to guides for killers

By JOE MILICIA Associated Press Writer CLEVELAND- When Tammy Klein began investigating crime scenes... - Full Story


Activists, officials call for better national system for identifying remains

By DANIEL CONNOLLY Associated Press Writer LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas- After Laura Hood's 16-year-old brother... - Full Story


Many Texas crime labs can't meet new law's goal

By PAM EASTON Associated Press Writer HOUSTON- Only about one-third of the state's unaccredited crime... - Full Story


Cyber sleuths by guest columnist Jimmy Lee Shreeve Lt. Raymond E. Foster, LAPD (ret.) - Leadership, Technology and Tactics: Themes from the Street

Cyber sleuths by guest columnist Jimmy Lee Shreeve

Computer forensic analysts - the consulting detectives of the digital world - are in big demand as co... - Full Story


Study: Forensic DNA underutilized in U.S.

Associated Press PULLMAN, Wash. - Ophelia McKnight was last seen alive on Jan. 5, 1988, in downtown Seattle.... - Full Story

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with Lt. Raymond E. Foster, LAPD (ret.)