N.H. State Police accepts $250K federal handout to speed DNA processing from months to days




CONCORD (AP) — New Hampshire State Police are getting a $250,000 federal grant to help process DNA samples more quickly and efficiently in criminal investigations. The grant, administered by the National Institute of Justice, is part of the agency's DNA Backlog Reduction Program, which seeks to reduce DNA sample turnaround time.
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