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Offline Erik Brown

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Statistical Research Help Needed
« on: February 25, 2005, 04:17:05 PM »
My supervisor is in need of some numbers with regards to number of firearms examiners in different locations around the country/world, and the population size they serve.  In addition it would be interesting to find out what are the standard duties of those firearms examiners.

So if you could take a moment, and one person per agency reply to the following questions, it would be greatly appreciated:

1)  Name of your agency.
2)  How many firearms examiners does your agency employ?
3)  How many police officers does your agency employ/your lab provide service for?
4)  What is the civilian population size of the area you provide service for?
5)  Do your firearms examiners do NIBIN entry, or a lab technician?  If a lab technician, how many?
6)  Do your firearms examiners screen evidence for trace (fibers/hairs/glass/blood/tissue etc.)?
7)  Do your firearms examiners collect cellular material (DNA swabs) on all/some submitted evidence?

Thanks for any help you can provide.


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