NIJ Audio: Making Sense of the DNA Backlog
NIJ Conference Panel
Panelists will present findings from two NIJ studies that examined the DNA backlog in law enforcement agencies and crime labs. Panelists will discuss research findings related to new and potential time- and cost-saving approaches.
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1 of 5: Making Sense of the DNA Backlog, Mark Nelson, National Institute of Justice (mp3, 29 MB)
2 of 5: Making Sense of the DNA Backlog, Kevin Lothridge, Chief Executive Officer, National Forensic Science Technology Center (mp3, 81 MB)
3 of 5: Making Sense of the DNA Backlog, Kevin J. Strom, Senior Research Scientist, Crime, Violence, and Justice Research Program, RTI International (mp3, 106 MB)
4 of 5: Making Sense of the DNA Backlog, Greg Matheson, Director, Los Angeles Police Department Criminalistics Laboratory (mp3, 206 MB)
5 of 5: Making Sense of the DNA Backlog, Question and Answer Session (mp3, 110 MB)
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