How clean is your (evidence) house?

It doesn't have to be spring to take back control of your property and evidence room


   He recommends all property and evidence personnel be trained on law enforcement accreditation standards and implement ongoing and regular inspections, audits and full inventories, which are then submitted to (and reviewed by) the chief. This is one corner of the agency where checks and balances are critical and department support is too often lacking. A strong organization starts from the ground up. Solid evidence handling shoulders well-managed cases, and in turn reflects a credible, respectable agency.

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