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Wednesday, April 24, 2013 9:54 PM

Kansas AG says KBI improving analysis speed

By BOBBY BURCH, Herald Staff Writer

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt speaks Wednesday morning during the 10th annual Eggs and Issues event at Ransom Memorial Hospital, 1301 S. Main St., Ottawa. Schmidt, who took office as attorney general in 2011, spoke at length about his office’s recent efforts to enhance the Kansas Bureau of Investigation’s services, including its technological forensics lab. (Photo by Bobby Burch/The Ottawa Herald)

Though sprinkled with lighthearted jests, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt’s homecoming Wednesday to Franklin County largely focused on his serious plans to enhance the state’s top law enforcement organization.

Speaking to a crowded room at the Ottawa Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Eggs and Issues event, Schmidt detailed the vital aid the Kansas Bureau of Investigation provides to local law enforcement.

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