Police Lieutenant Vladimir Martynov takes the opportunity to evaluate the Crime-lite 82S light source 
Head of the Russian Ministry Of the Interior Forensic Centre, Vladimir Martynov was amongst the high ranking officials to show an interest in Foster + Freeman crime scene technology at a recent seminar-meeting of Russian forensic experts.
The seminar, held last month in the historic city of Veliky Novgorod (a central point between Moscow and St. Petersburg) was attended by delegates from across Russia and the C.I.S. including a number of forensic division heads from the Russian Ministry of the Interior.
Police Lieutenant General Martynov, pictured above with Foster + Freeman distributor Igor Timofeev, was on hand to receive a preview of the forensic technology, including the Crime-lite 82S alternate light source, that Foster + Freeman will be exhibiting later this year at INTERPOLITEX, the 16th Russian national security fair (October 23-26, Moscow).