The Royal Bahamas Police Force was established in 1840 and has grown into an efficient, respected and highly professional law enforcement agency.
The Forensic Sciences Section of the Royal Bahamas Police Force has significantly improved its facilities in order to more accurately ascertain the cause of death.
Oswald Nixon, Director of Forensics Inspector, chose the compact Evidence Investigator to provide a method that fully investigates a variety of sample types for the presence of numerous drugs of abuse. Ms Chantal Curtis, laboratory analyst, is pleased with the user-friendly software and accuracy of the results achieved. As a result the Forensic Sciences Section now houses one of the most advanced forensic laboratories in the Caribbean.
“We have worked with the Randox Toxicology Evidence Investigator for the screening of all forensic samples since 2008. We have been impressed with the advantages of the multiplex Biochip Array Technology and profile based testing it offers. The analyzer provides us with advanced information for us to easily confirm and we believe it to be superior to other immunoassays.” Cyprian Collie, Laboratory Head at Nassau
Test equipment used