Looking for the needle in the haystack

By Sarah RaparoliMisch Pautsch Switch to German for original article

When a crime is committed, the police, including forensic experts, are called in. The Lëtzebuerger Journal met one of them: his daily routine consists of much more than just searching for fingerprints.

When a crime has been committed, the forensic experts are in charge. One of them is Misch, who has been working in this field since 2006/2007 and can thus look back on several years of professional experience. After his training at the "Härebierg" in 1997, he successfully graduated from police school in 2000 and, like many future police officers, was active in shift work with a detour in prisoner transport. "The field of drugs was less appealing to me, but burglary has always fascinated me", says Misch. In addition to a two-month internship, he also completed further training at the State Criminal Police Office (LKA) and the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) in Germany to acquire the necessary knowledge and crucial skills.

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