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Cost-cutting in Forensic Science

Fran Abrams investigates if aggressive cost-cutting in the government's forensic science service is beginning to hit the way the service operates and consequently undermine justice.

The government's forensic science service is crucial to taclking crime, but is shedding hundreds of jobs and closing half its laboratory facilities in a drive to make the organisation more commercial. Fran Abrams investigates whether or not the aggressive cost-cutting in beginning to hit the way the service operates and consequently undermine justice.

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40 minutes

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Sun 13 Dec 2009 17:00