The M-Vac System effectively collects micro-particles from rough, porous and smooth surfaces alike, and is capable of covering large areas which enables investigators to collect minute amounts of DNA material. The system is versatile, with applications at the crime scene, at the law enforcement agency facilities and in the crime lab. Training takes only a few hours.
“We are very excited to bring the M-Vac system to Williamson County and Texas! Introducing this state-of-the-art technology can aid the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office not only with current crimes but help our efforts in our Cold Case crimes as well. In addition, we want to be a partner with our fellow law enforcement agencies who may have a need for this type of technology in investigations around Texas. In the end, Williamson County is taking some big steps in hopes to bring justice to the victims, families, and our communities,” stated Sheriff Robert Chody.
9 August 2018
Author: Shannon Sandell
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