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City receives $40,000 in new forensics equipment

Apr 08, 2014 -- 6:01pm

Dexter Daily Statesman


The Dexter Police Department will be helping the Secret Service out as part of an agreement to use forensics equipment.  Computer Forensics Specialist Lt. Det. Trevor Pulley says after participating in a training class in Hoover, Alabama, with the National Computer Forensics Institute and U.S. Secret Service, the department was issued the $40,000 equipment.  In exchange, the city is required to perform the occasional job for the Secret Service.  Pulley is one of the only officers trained in analysis of mobile phones, tablets and GPS units in southeast Missouri. Pulley does extensive work with federal agencies--Secret Service, U.S. Customs and the FBI to name a few.

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