Guyana police force is continuing to advance its investigative capacity.
The Guyana police force is continuing to advance its investigative capacity and will soon be able to do DNA testing for forensic purposes; this is according to home affairs minister Clement Rohee.
The Minister said that two specialist from Barbados and French Guyana will soon be here to train local scientists in the process.
Over the years Guyana has had to seek help form overseas but the process has been pain staking. One issue that immediately comes to mind is the result from the DNA test conducted on the 8 miners that were reportedly killed by law-enforcement agencies at Lindo Creek during the hunt for now dead fugitive Linden Fine man Rawlins.
The 450Million dollar Police forensic lab which is currently been built by contracting firm Courtney Benn at the university of Guyana‘s campus is expected to be completed soon.