Saturday, March 6, 2010

Abu Dhabi Police plan to set up database of non radioactive isotope elements

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There are contacts underway with advanced countries in the field of criminology to set up a database of non radioactive isotope elements at the Forensic Evidence Department of Abu Dhabi Police, said Lt. Colonel Abdul Rahman Al Hamadi, Director of the Forensic Evidence Department at the General Department of Security and Border Points Affairs at Abu Dhabi Police.

The move comes in line with plans of the department to identify an unknown dead woman through analysis of percentage of non radioactive isotope elements in her body in coordination with specialised international forensic laboratories in England and Scotland in the UK.

Al Hamadi added that the dead woman's case dates back to May when she was found unconscious at a parking lot in Abu Dhabi, where she was transferred to a hospital, but died shortly. "As no relative enquired about her, the department opts to check the percentage of non radioactive isotope elements in her body as DNA check alone will not yield results since no relative found.
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