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Publication 50 Largest Crime Labs, 2002

Matthew J. Hickman, Ph.D., Joseph L. Peterson

September 1, 2004    NCJ 205988

Reports on the workload, backlog, and estimated resources needed to meet the demand for forensic services in the Nation's 50 largest publicly funded crime labs. Data were collected as part of the ongoing Census of Publicly Funded Forensic Crime Laboratories. Census information will be used to better understand the number of cases processed by these labs and the amount of resources required to meet the increased demand for forensic services. In developing and implementing this census, BJS worked closely with the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors (ASCLAD).

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