General Department of Forensic Science and Criminology
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Traffic Services
Specialized Forensic Evidence Department
Firearm and Tool Mark Section

The compares substances (e.g., weapons, locks, firearms, tire trails, footwear) related to incident inspection. Seized evidence is examined to find its identity.

Questioned Documents Section

The section examines many document types, like bank checks, passports, and commercial goods to detect manipulation.

Forensic Engineering Section

Engineering science combines several disciplines—like design and mechanical, civil, electrical, and materials engineering—under one name.

Nuclear Physics Section

This section analyzes incidents concerning radioactive materials, their examination, and analysis. It also discerns their identity and intended use and purposes.

Forensic Chemistry Section

Studies diverse physical and chemical evidence (e.g., drugs, gases, unknown substances) and employs modern analytical devices and advanced technical techniques to analyze them, determine their significance, and interpret the analysis results to serve justice.

Toxicology Section

Examination of a range of different biological specimens (Urine/ Blood) to indicate whether they contain narcotics or psychotropic substances.

Biology and DNA Section

This section deals with the examination of biological samples and extracting DNA from items of evidence to identify the parties of a case. In addition, it deals with paternity tests and disaster victim identification.

Explosives Section

The Department is responsible for examining suspected chemicals to determine whether they are explosive or chemicals used in the manufacture of explosives.

Fire Investigation Section

This section examines the effects of fire in fire accidents where the task of the expert is to search for the truth of the various evidence and the effects of fire and explosions.

Trace Evidence Section

This section compares different evidence (e.g., fiber, paint, glass) at a scene to find a link or link the perpetrator to the victim or scene, contributing to crime detection.

Video forensic section

Experts in the video department run tests to enable them to accurately detect the incident’s facts with videos and images.