by Nick Delgado
The first Regional Forensic Science Symposium kicks off tomorrow. The three-day event promises several training methods relating to violent crime scenes, forensic entomology, crime scene photography, and cyber security.
Friends of the Crime Lab's Secretary and Treasurer Sharon Ishizaki say the symposium will be held at the Harvest Christian Academy's Family Life Center. She told KUAM News, "I think the safety of all our people is really important. And we have a wonderful bunch of folks over at the Guam Police Department. But our crime lab is as good a job as they do, we can do better. And were into the 21st century and we just need to keep pace with what's happening stateside."