- Jan 21, 2009
- Reaction score
These numbers just don't add up for me.i hate to be judgmental when i don't know those responsible and have never done the job they do, but this just seems either incredibly incompetent or just plain lazy to me...
A statement from TBI said:
The time taken to process these cases is attributed to the workload of the four scientists assigned to this department. These forensic scientists handle every biological evidence filing, from murders to SAKs to robberies, muggings and burglaries. In 2021, this included 602 submissions of evidence.
So 602 submissions to TBI in 2021. There are 260 weekdays in 2021, so they received 2.3 submissions per day. Divided among 4 staff members. That's 0.5 cases per day per person. How is that even possible? Even if 2 of them are dedicated solely to the backlog they only manage to process 1 submission per day between the two of them? What the heck?
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