Utah Crime Lab improves efficiency to capture more criminals
October 28, 2015
What: The Utah Department of Public Safety Crime Laboratory is helping capture criminals faster thanks to an improved fingerprint efficiency project. Gov. Gary R. Herbert will visit the State Crime Lab tomorrow to see firsthand how the department is using the Success program to process evidence 66 percent faster and solve more cases each year.
With 14 months to go before the December 2016 target date, two-thirds of all state services have collectively achieved the governor’s goal of improving performance by 25 percent. The remaining one-third are on track to meet the target date.
Department of Public Safety Utah Crime Lab
4501 South 2700 West, Salt Lake City, Floor 2
Thursday, October 29, 2015 at 10:00 a.m.
Gov. Gary R. Herbert
Nannette Rolfe, deputy commissioner, Dept. of Public Safety
Jay Henry, laboratory director at Utah Dept. of Public Safety
Amy Lightfoot, quality and process improvement director, Dept. of Public Safety
St. Brian Wright, crime lab manager, Murray City
Unified Police Department detective