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National Bureau of Investigation

FORENSIC INVESTIGATION SERVICES


Manila

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

DEPUTY
DEPUTY
DIRECTOR
DIRECTOR
FOR
FOR
FORENSIC
FORENSIC
INVESTIGATION
INVESTIGATION
SERVICES
SERVICES

CHIEFOF
CHIEF OFSTAFF
STAFF
(COS)
(COS)
And
And
EXECUTIVE
EXECUTIVE
OFFICER
OFFICER
(Ex-O)
(Ex-O)

FIREARMS QUESTIONED POLYGRAPH


POLYGRAPH
MEDICO-LEGAL FIREARMS PHOTOGRAPHY QUESTIONED
FORENSIC MEDICO-LEGAL INVESTIGATION PHOTOGRAPHY DACTYLOSCOPY DOCUMENTLAB.
LAB. BEHAVIORAL DIVISION
DIVISION
FORENSIC DIVISION INVESTIGATION ANDPRINTING
PRINTING DACTYLOSCOPY DOCUMENT BEHAVIORAL
CHEMISTRY DIVISION LABORATORY AND LAB.DIV.
DIV. DIV. SCIENCE DIVISION
CHEMISTRY LABORATORY LAB. DIV. LAB. DIV. SCIENCE DIVISION
DIVISION DIVISION LAB. DIV. PDLD
PDLD
DIVISION MLD DIVISION
FCD MLD DACTY-LD QDLD BSD
FCD PPLD DACTY-LD QDLD BSD
FILD PPLD
FILD

And ….. IDENTIFICATION AND RECORDS DIVISION


National Bureau of Investigation
FORENSIC CHEMISTRY DIVISION
Manila

POSITION ORGANIZATIONAL CHART


FORENSIC CHEMIST V

FORENSIC CHEMIST IV

RESEARCH
RECORDS CHEMISTRY DANGEROUS DNA PHYSICS TOXICOLOGY BIOLOGY
&
Section Section DRUGS Section INSTRUMENTATION Section Section Section
Section Section

CLERK III FORENSIC CHEMIST III FORENSIC CHEMIST III FORENSIC BIOLOGIST III FORENSIC CHEMIST III FORENSIC CHEMIST III FORENSIC CHEMIST III
FORENSIC TOXICOLOGIST III
(Supervisor) (Supervisor) (Supervisor, DN A) (Supervisor) (Supervisor) (Supervisor)
(Supervisor)

LABORATORY AIDE II II
FORENSIC CHEMIST II FORENSIC CHEMIST II FORENSIC CHEMIST II FORENSIC CHEMIST II FORENSIC CHEMIST II FORENSIC BIOLOGIST II
FORENSIC TOXICOLOGIST II
(Senior Analyst) (Senior Analyst) (Senior Analyst) (Senior Analyst) (Senior Analyst) (Senior Analyst)
(Senior Analyst)

FORENSIC CHEMIST I FORENSIC CHEMIST I FORENSIC BIOLOGIST II FORENSIC CHEMIST I FORENSIC CHEMIST I FORENSIC BIOLOGIST I
FORENSIC TOXICOLOGIST I
(Junior Analyst) (Junior Analyst) (Senior Analyst) (Junior Analyst) (Junior Analyst) (Junior Analyst)
(Junior Analyst)

LABORATORY TECHNICIAN I LABORATORY TECHNICIAN II FORENSIC CHEMIST I ENGINEER II LABORATORY TECHNICIAN I PHARMACIST I
FORENSIC CHEMIST II
(Evidence Custodian) (Junior Analyst) (Senior Analyst) (Junior Analyst)
(Senior Analyst)

LABORATORY TECHNICIAN I II ENGINEER I


FORENSIC CHEMIST I
(Junior Analyst)
(Junior Analyst)

LABORATORY TECHNICIAN I
LABORATORY TECHNICIAN I
FORENSIC CHEMISTRY DIVISION

Brief Description

The Forensic Chemistry Division is part of the Forensic Investigation Service


of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI).

General Functions

1. Receives, collects and analyzes physical and biological specimens to


determine the presence of drugs, human DNA, alcohols, poisons,
insecticides, pesticides, gunshot residues, metals and metallic fragments,
paints, soils, flammable substances, explosives and explosive residues, and
other substances.

2. Conducts blood grouping, blood and blood stain analysis, hair and fiber
analysis, seminal stain analysis, UV light examinations, glass fracture
analysis, serial number restoration, paraffin examinations, moulage, tool
impressions, analysis in products of unfair competition, substance
identification, ink and document examination, trace evidence analysis,
approximate distance of firing of firearms, distance of firing on clothing and
other forensic examinations.

3. Performs qualitative and quantitative laboratory analysis.

4. Utilizes precision instruments in the conduct of laboratory analyses.

5. Aids in the investigation of cases handled by the NBI by providing technical


assistance and expertise in the field of science and forensics.

6. Renders technical assistance and expertise to investigative, judicial and


administrative bodies.
FCD LIST OF SIGNIFICANT CASES
Period Covered: September 2013 up to Present

1. Typhoon Yolanda DNA Collection (November 2013 up to Present)

 Tacloban On-Site Collection Post-Mortem Statistics = 2273 Cases


 Tacloban On-Site Collection Ante-Mortem Statistics = 912 Cases
 FCD-DNA Manila Collection Ante-Mortem Statistics = 90 Cases

2. Chemistry Case

 C-14-04 Drinks purchased from a fast food chain that gave Positive
Results for the presence of Clozapine, an antipsychotic drug
used in the treatment of Schizoprenia.

 C-14-10 Examination of vehicle used in the ambush-killing of one


Noel Archival that yielded Positive for the presence of
metallic particles and gunpowder nitrates and the discovery
of an empty shell found at the bottom of the rear right side
seat of the car which also yielded for the presence of metallic
particles and gunpowder nitrates.

3. Dangerous Drugs Case

 DD-14-09 Examination of several seized drugs and drug paraphernalia


allegedly recovered from Fil-Canadians Barry Espadilla, et. al. that yielded
Positive for the presence of Methylenedioxymethylamphetamine (MDMA),
Methamphetamine Hydrochloride (shabu), and Cocaine which are all
dangerous drugs under R.A. 9165. Other substances that were identified
include Levamisole, Phenacetin, Benzocaine, Procainamide and Lidocaine all
used as Cocaine adulterants.

 DD-14-90 200 transparent capsules containing powdered substance


which tested Positive for the presence of Ethylone and Methylone, both
synthetic cathinones. It is the 1st identified and documented synthetic
cathinone case in the Philippines. Synthetic cathinones (“bath salts”) are
already banned in Europe, USA, Canada, Singapore and some other countries
but are still not regulated in Philippines.
FCD LIST OF SIGNIFICANT CASES
Period Covered: September 2013 up to Present

 Dangerous Drugs Unit – Front Liner Service (No Lunch Break)

o This Front Liner Unit of the Division that caters to walk-in applicants
for the examination of dangerous drugs in urine (for purposes
including employment, rehabilitation and personal). It receives,

processes and releases results to the requesting party within 1-hour or


less for a fee of two hundred pesos (P200.00)

o It has exceeded last year’s statistics by 321cases.


Statistics: End of September 2014 = 2222 cases
End of September 2013 = 1901 cases

o To date (October 13, 2014) the total number of cases received and
processed by this Unit is 2355. It has already exceeded by 151 cases
the December 2013 statistics of 2204 cases.
FORENSIC CHEMISTRY DIVISION

Work Flow

Request for Analysis FCD Records Section

Recording, Transmittal
Receipt & Recording and Storage of Reports

FCD Chief

Case Assignment to Respective Section Final Evaluation of Report

Section Supervisor

Case Assignment toForensic Analyst Report Evaluation

Forensic Analyst

Examination, Reporting &


Safekeeping of Evidence