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Scene & Item Re/Examination

Crime scenes, road traffic incident scenes, vehicles, clothing, property – pretty much anything can and has formed part of a forensic case.

Our experienced Scene and Item Examiners are available to examine or re-examine items and locations. This is often of use for private investigators, crash investigators, civil and insurance casework.

Recent examinations have included caravans, clothing, footwear, syringes and vehicles from which a variety of samples have been collected for DNA and chemical analyses.

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