Dubai Police recruits first woman in science forensic department

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Anoud Abdul Rahman Al Nasser is the first Emirati woman to join the Section of Chemical Manifestation of Fingerprints of the Dubai Police’s General Department of Forensic Science and Criminology.

According to the emirate’s police force, the department provides accurate analyses and technical examinations using the latest scientific technologies when investigating certain crimes.

Anoud has also examined traces and collected and analyzed samples collected from crime scenes.

Commenting on her achievements, she said, ''I am working with a highly professional team in the Section of Chemical Manifestation of Fingerprints. We stand as one team with one spirit to solve cases.''

Anoud has also attended several training programmes, including an FBI advanced course on Crime Scene and Evidence Photography.

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