EU Project Boosts Forensic Lab in Quetta: Strengthening Crime Investigation

15 February 2024, Quetta - In a significant step toward bolstering forensic capabilities, the European Union’s rule of law ‘Deliver Justice Project’, in collaboration UNODC, has facilitated the procurement of essential equipment for the Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) in Quetta. These resources are intended to fortify the crime scene investigation, fingerprint analysis, and chemical examination sections within the laboratory.

Following a successful procurement process, the equipment has been received in Quetta and is poised to significantly augment the operational capacity of the FSL across its core forensic disciplines. With a focus on enhancing investigative techniques and forensic analysis, these resources mark a pivotal advancement in forensic science within the region.

To ensure the seamless integration of these resources into law enforcement efforts, a formal handover ceremony was held on February 15, 2024, at the Forensic Science Laboratory in Quetta. The ceremony served as a symbolic gesture of the commitment to advancing forensic capabilities and strengthening the rule of law.

Mr. Ayaz Ahmed Baloch, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Crime Branch Balochistan, presided over the event. He emphasized the importance of this milestone in advancing forensic science and enhancing law enforcement capabilities in the region. His presence underscored the significance of this initiative and highlighted the collaborative efforts between law enforcement agencies and international partners.

This endeavor stands as a testament to the commitment to fostering a robust criminal justice system, rooted in the principles of transparency, accountability, and the rule of law. Through concerted efforts and strategic partnerships, initiatives such as these contribute significantly to the advancement of justice and security within the community.


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