The fact that a mistake was made isn’t that important for the lab. What is important is the way a lab handles the problem. There should be documentation regarding what happened, who found out about the error, what steps were made to correct the error, what sample(s) were effected by the error, and what
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No word on who “they” are, but the Police Chief in San Francisco vows police officials responsible for allowing the conditions that allowed for the recent drug lab fiasco will be held accountable.
San Francisco Police Chief George Gascon says negligence by some police officials is partly to blame for a drug scandal at the city’s crime lab.
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San Francisco is shelving the idea of moving the crime lab out of the police department. The reason stated is not only do they plan on moving the lab out of the police department figuratively, they also want to move it out literally — as in build a new crime lab.
San Francisco supervisors on Monday slowed
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What do you do when you get caught not playing by the rules? Accuse the umpire of applying the rules unfairly. At least that’s what I saw the 7–9 year olds on my son’s baseball team do last season.
Apparently San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris agrees, and has accused Judge Anne-Christine Massullo of
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An interested blog entry on the Sacramento Bee by Susan Ferriss points out that one Democrat candidate for California Lt. Governor is using the San Fransisco PD drug lab situation to further her campaign.
Los Angeles City Councilwoman Janice Hahn is ramping up her use of San Francisco’s troubled crime lab in her quest for the
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