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POLICE STEPPING UP, DNA FORENSIC LABORATORY IN SIGHT

Experts from Interpol and CellMark, the latter being a highly worldwide reputed DNA and forensic service provider left Seychelles on Wednesday after a three day mission, aimed at assessing and advising the Seychelles Police on its dream DNA laboratory project.

During their mission, Interpol’s Mr Mathew Rosbottom, (2nd from left in the photo) based in Nairobi, Cellmark’s Laboratory engineer and Operations Development Manager Chris Ford and Business development manager Elaine Higgins visited the current Police forensic   facilities in Mont Fleuri and also the building in Bois De Rose which they say are ideal to house the DNA, biology and chemical Laboratories.

Accompanied by interpol’s liaison officer to Seychelles, Mrs Tone Lil Solstad, (1st from left in the photo) the experts met and briefed Minister Charles Bastienne at his office on Tuesday morning in the presence of Police Commissioner Ernest Quatre and his two assistants, ACP Reginald Elizabeth and ACP Godfra Hermitte.

Based on their findings and assessment, Interpol and Cellmark are to produce a report in the coming two weeks.

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DOG HANBLERS: PC RAPICE AND PC JOSEPH ON PATROL AT CPTE D’OR 

 

The Police have said that with the establishment of the dog unit on Praslin, they hope to  improved service delivery, increased police visibility and also improved response times when assistance is requested by its clients.

The need for a Dog Unit on Praslin is due to the frequent requests from Praslin to send a Police dog from Mahe, to assist at crime scenes, especially in burglary, housebreaking, stealing and any serious crimes where a suspect could be hiding in the bush.
The two dogs will be stationed on Praslin and this number is hoped to grow in the future as resources allow, the dogs are as follows:
Drug detection dog: (Snoopy) an English cocker spaniel who can search for drugs in buildings/cars/vessels/open terrain/ containers and luggage. The search can be done more quickly and thoroughly by the dog and can cover a larger area than that of a policeman on foot.
Patrol dog: (Argo) a German shepherd x, expected to search for concealed suspects in both buildings and the bush/track suspects at crime scenes/apprehend fleeing suspects and give protection to its handler when necessary.

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kominike Lapolis

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