REYNOSA, Tamaulipas — Soon, Tamaulipas will be the fourth Mexican state to have its forensic laboratories and 68 expert services officers accredited by the U.S. Government.

The Justice Attorney General (Procuraduría General de Justicia – PGJE) began the process of accreditation for those working under the direction of General Expert Services.

The goal of the program is to minimize any possibility of error while enhancing the quality of results during a forensic investigation.

With this kind of certification on behalf of the Expert Services in charge of the International Program for Training and Assistance of Criminal Investigation of the United States Department of Justice, a step is taken in strengthening the forensic sciences inside the Justice Attorney General for Tamaulipas.

The accreditation began inside the laboratories of the General Expert Services, a part of the PGJE, and it was revealed it will be the largest for the whole state.