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Saint Lucia Police Get Crime Scene Training From French Forensic Science Instructors

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The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force is pleased to announce that it has successfully hosted a five-day Forensic Science Techniques and Crime Scene Management Workshop, which was held from Monday, September, 25th to Friday, September 29th, 2023.

This workshop was held at the Police Force Academy and it targeted Crime Scene Officers and Investigators.

Twenty-three officers benefited from this workshop, which was facilitated by Forensic Science Instructors from the National Police of France. 

The aim of the workshop was to strengthen the technical knowledge of investigators in managing a crime scene. The objectives of the workshop were: 

  • To illustrate how forensic science provides scientific, robust, reliable, and verifiable clues that help reduce uncertainty in investigations. These clues are pivotal in meeting the standard of proof required in criminal cases.

 To implement innovative operational methodologies and developmental approaches by Crime Scene officers to enable formal identification of all offenders.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force is committed to providing its officers with the necessary training and resources to effectively carry out their duties.

This workshop was part of that commitment and will help equip investigators with the skills needed to better serve their communities.  

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force. Headline file photo: Police officers at simulated crime scene as part of basic training.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. OMG!!!!!! THE POLICE STILL NEED TRAINING IN FORENSICS WHAT AM I HEARING AND FROM FRANCE. YET THE DEPUTY COMISH SAID THEY DONT NEED ANY OUTSIDE HELP HMMM. IN LITTLE ST LUCIA IT TAKES THE POPO 5 MONTHS TO YEARS TO RECAPTURE 18 YEAR OLD KILLERS AND ESCAPIES OMG.

  2. All this training and lectures from foreign countries will fall on deaf ears if the infrastructure and the tools required to implement those changes are no readily available. It makes no sense to advertise all this training if we do not have the correct tools and facility to implement.

    Again this government is putting a show and believe every Lucian is a fool. They address only a small group of 180,000 people who reside in the 238 sq miles of St. Lucia. They are putting the cart before the horse and then they want you to believe they are riding. They insult your intelligence and they pretend they are keeping you inform.

    I am not sure if SLU will ever get better with Pierre as a leader. They guy is moving back wards.

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